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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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Is fully functional when you are in the process of develompent and testing in your own device locally, but is not possible to upload an archive to the itunes connect, to upload it is neccessary use the Application Loader from the XCODE 8 BETA, but only for Testflight, at this momment is not possible to upload a build to the App Store for revision...


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I have had this problem and I have just managed to fix it. I am new to Xcode and only 15 years old however this fix has worked for me. Basically, I went to the the general page of my app and then I changed the deployment target to ios 9.2 instead of 9.3. After this, I then went to the main.storyboard page, selected the view controller and then from the ...


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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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If you set the simulator scale to 100% (which you can do using the keyboard shortcut cmd-1), you can take a screenshot with full resolution in Simulator by pressing cmd-S. This works even for simulated devices that do not fit on your Mac's screen in full scale (like the iPad Pro). You'll still get the full window including the part that is not visible on ...


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The AppStore was hung on the "Update" tab -- it was stuck on the same message as the original question. I searched for xcode in the AppStore and clicked on the Upgrade button and it's started to download


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I had a similar problem where xcode was hanging on opening one particular project. I wanted a very precise fix without having to remove all the settings. I deleted proj.xcodeproj/project.xcworkspace/xcuserdata/<user>.userdatad/UserInterfaceState.xcuserstate from the .xcodeproj folder and that solved the problem. So if you are having Xcode hang while ...


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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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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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If you really wish to remain on Mavericks and not upgrade to El Capitan I would suggest installing it on an external drive or partitioning your main drive just for a test. Make a new 60 gb partition(just in case you actually like El Capitan) and if you are not satisfied with its productivity, trash it. I guess you could use it just as a "developer" OS and ...


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So I went back to Xcode 7 and created a new app and tried to install it on my device and I found that it gave me the error that I can only make 10 apps per week. Xcode 8 must just not be able to give you that error message yet. Basically, I just need to wait for the week to be over.


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You should download El Capitan anyway; if Apple lets you download it onto your machine, it'll work well enough (they have a firm grasp on how well their each of their hardware run each software). Also, Red Eagle 2000 just said, "I have a Core 2 Duo Mac and El Cap runs well on it." So go ahead and download El Capitan and the latest version of Xcode; I ...


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With the OS X version of 10.9.4 you can install Xcode 6.2 and below, which you can code in Swift in, unfortunately not the latest version of Swift.


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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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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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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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Even i had the same problem after installing the XCode. I closed the terminal and accepted the terms and conditions, then the error went away and my git started working normally.


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Is Xcode installed in the normal location? (i.e. in /Applications?) What do you get back from, $ xcode-select --print-path Can you see gcc at the following location, $ ls -l /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr/bin/gcc -rwxr-xr-x 1 root wheel 18560 16 Mar 00:31 /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/usr/bin/gcc If the path from xcode-...


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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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None of the above worked for me. I tried all of it (Shut off all anti-virus apps; deleted old downloads, rebooted; turned on App Store Debug; debugged to the lowest level; restarted the App Store; cleared cookies; sacrificed a chicken to the Xcode gods) but no joy. I did find this following line in my /var/log/commerce.log at the time the install failed: ...


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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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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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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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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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