I was able to build apps using this method, but there are major problems running them from Visual Studio.
Probably because xcrun doesn't really support i OS 10.3.
Can you give a brief explanation as to what will need updating / how to go about it, when a fix is released. We can wait a couple of days, after that we should try somenthing.
Do you think if we downgrade the XCode we will be able to keep going for a while? @rvfede I dont' have any news, seems that they are working on it and a fix is soon to be released. If you downgrade to XCode 8.2, you are able to build and run apps from Visual Studio. If you move/copy the 10.3 "supported deviced" folder from an unpacked version of XCode 8.3, you are good to go.
Once we fully release the image (we will announce this separately), you will be able to select Xcode 8.2.1 in your build by adding the following to your test: override: - set -o pipefail && xcodebuild CODE_SIGNING_REQUIRED=NO CODE_SIGN_IDENTITY= PROVISIONING_PROFILE= -sdk iphonesimulator -destination 'platform=i OS Simulator, OS=10.1,name=i Phone 7' -workspace My Workspace.xcworkspace -scheme "My Scheme" clean build test | tee $CIRCLE_ARTIFACTS/xcode_| xcpretty --color --report junit --output $CIRCLE_TEST_REPORTS/xcode/instead of UUIDs.
xcrun : error : unable to find utility "Package Application", not a developer tool or in PATH I am using Visual Studio, to deploy a Cordova project, via remotebuild , on OS 10.3.x with Xcode 8.3. Do you have an idea about when the fix will be available?If you click "run" in Visual Studio, your app will get deployed, but doesn't start and Visual Studio doesn't ever complete the build process.You'll have to cancel it manually and start the app manually on your device.In the next few days we will roll out the new OS X build image.The update replaces Xcode 8.2 beta with the release version, Xcode 8.2.1. We decided to split the update into two iterations and haven’t updated the post accordingly. We will update the post now and follow up with more details once Xcode 8.2.1 is present in the production image.