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According to the xip manual page: A XIP file is an analog to zip(1), but allows for a digital signature to be applied and verified on the receiving system, before the archive is expanded. When a XIP file is opened (by double-clicking), Archive Utility will automatically expand it (but only if the digital signature is intact). Essentially, an .xip file ...


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The instructions you quote tell you exactly what the issue is When you type make you will be prompted to install Xcode. You can also install Xcode by typing the terminal command xcode-select --install If your compilation fails with an Xlib not found error, install XQuartz to get X11 headers under /opt/X11, and then type: CPPFLAGS=-I/opt/X11/...


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The command line install works on much newer OS than yours - the tutorial you link is 10.10 and Xcode 6 or 7. If you can't upgrade to 10.6.8 and then get past Lion, I would suggest run the graphical installer and look for Xcode possibly in /Developer if you don't see it in the /Applications folder.


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You can't submit anything built with a beta OS or beta Xcode. After it becomes live is the only time Apple will accept it for the Store (not including TestFlight).


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The error is telling you which icons are missing. Go to images.xcassets and click on AppIcon. You'll see the 76pt 2x (76 * 2 = 152) and 83.5 2x (83.5 * 2 - 167).


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Here is a nice graphic that displays all the screen sizes and background image sizes (courtesy of Reign Design):


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This is an Xcode Playground. That's important because it's the only place (with the default settings) that you can display these colors. EDIT (June 23, 2016): After reviewing the WWDC material on new features in Xcode, images are also supported. This is done via image literals. This is taken from Apple's Playground Help: Open the source editor for ...


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Personally, I think that instead of trying to "bodge" a method of uninstalling XCode while leaving CLT intact is too cumbersome. My suggestion is to: Uninstall XCode Completely Install XCode CLT Doing this should take you less than 5 minutes total and is quite simple. Uninstall XCode There are a number of different ways to uninstall XCode. An ...


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The problem here is just simply that brew is detecting an old version of Xcode. If it was objecting to the version of the command line tools that you have installed you'd be getting a different error message. A newer Command Line Tools release is available. Update them from Software Update in the App Store. You can see the actual code here yourself. The ...


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Submitting apps built with beta versions of an OS or beta versions of Xcode are not officially supported, but you can build apps with a normal version of Xcode on a beta OS by changing the OS version prior to archiving the app inside Xcode.


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Delete the Xcode app from /Applications, then delete ~/Library/Developer/Xcode. You can then install the command line tools separately, by downloading them from Apple's Developer Downloads page (you'll need to log in with your Apple ID). The proper package is listed as "Command Line Tools (OS X version) for Xcode version". Obviously grab the one that ...


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I'm also getting this same issue trying to download it. edit: This problem is from using a proxy service. In my case it was Privoxy. Temporarily disabling these proxy services would likely help. The problem may arise because of where Xcode is hosted? Try disabling your proxies.



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