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AppGameKit Classic Chat / Xcode Tier2

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Spacebuddy
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Posted: 9th Sep 2011 18:49
I just switched to Tier2 (XCode). Everything works properly in Xcode, my only problems is the Template.app, I can\'t view this in finder.

Which directory is the app created in? I did a spotlight on Template.app and nothing shows up, Yet I can compile the program to the simulator or my iPad/iPhone.
Mike Johnson
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Posted: 9th Sep 2011 19:05
Xcode 4 tends to build things to some temporary location. After being built you can right click on the app in the project and select show in finder, or use window -> organiser and you can share an archive for submission.
bjadams
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Posted: 10th Sep 2011 08:56
generally its in the project folder under BUILD directory
Spacebuddy
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Posted: 10th Sep 2011 22:28
For anyone else, here is the folder. I am using OS/X Lion.

/Users/username/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData

All my projects are stored in that directory.
Deion
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Posted: 13th Sep 2011 04:38
you can change that in the preferences to the old way it used to. build folder in the code folder. i did that while i used 4, but 4's got so many issues, but its issues with the debugger being way worse in 4 then in 3 keeps me still using 3 with 4.3 sdk

Cheers,
Deion G.
bjadams
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Posted: 13th Sep 2011 09:28
I'm terrified to upgrade to xcode 4. i hope that apple will let us be able to use xcode 3 for many times to come

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