iOS Question Failed to find xcode path (redux)

Neil Rohan

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I've reviewed the b4i forum for threads posted with this problem, but solutions proposed have not worked. I am new to b4i (migrating from b4a). I've been able to install b4i on Windows machine and succeeded in using the hosted builder w/ the bridge app. Everything works properly.

I am now trying to load buildserver on MacBook Pro, running MacOS Catalina (10.15.4) and xCode 11.4.1

Following Erel's instructions "Local Mac Builder" (11/3/2014), I've done the following:

1. Installed Java JDK 8
2. Installed Xcode 11

2.5. You need to run Xcode at least once. Approve installation of additional components when asked. I have "run" xcode and created a test project. It functions properly in the xcode simulator. However, I was not asked to approve additional components

3. Downloaded and unzipped the B4i-Builder.
4. Opened a terminal and navigate to B4i-Builder folder.
5. Ran it with: java -jar B4iBuildServer.jar (see screenshot)

I then ran the xcode-select -p command from the terminal and received a second error message (see screenshot)

Any suggestions?

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Neil Rohan

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Thanks Erel, that solved that issue. I ran B4iBuildServer.jar and compiled program, only to receive following error:

In file included from /Users/neilrohan1/UploadedProjects/<user id>/B4iProject/b4i_main.m:2:
/Users/neilrohan1/UploadedProjects/<user id>/B4iProject/b4i_main.h:1:9: fatal error: 'iCore.h' file not found
#import "iCore.h"
^~~~~~~~~
1 error generated.
Error: ** BUILD FAILED **
The following build commands failed:
CompileC /Users/neilrohan1/UploadedProjects/<user id>/build/B4iProject.build/Release-iphoneos/B4iProject.build/Objects-normal/arm64/b4i_main.o /Users/neilrohan1/UploadedProjects/<user id>/B4iProject/b4i_main.m normal arm64 objective-c com.apple.compilers.llvm.clang.1_0.compiler
(1 failure)


I searched the forum for this issue and found an identical forum issue (Nov 11 2018). You recommended changing to the b4ibuilderserver folder and start server from there. I did that and that eliminated the error.

I recompiled the program and sent it to B4iBuildServer. I'm getting the same message, but this time from the xcode compiler (see screenshot).

Note that all I am doing is unzipping the newly downloaded project, unzipping it and running the resultant "B4iProject.xcodeproject" file. I am not altering any existing/previous libraries.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 

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Neil Rohan

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Using the Hello World example, the project runs successfully using the Hosted Builder (see screenshots):
 

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Neil Rohan

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Attachments: 1) Server Settings 2) Log After Run from IDE 3) B4iBuilder display after Run 4) xCode screenshot with iCore.h error

I'm beginning to think the problems are with how i unzipped xcode download as well as B4iBuilder, since it appears there are major directory issues on my MacBookPro. Would you recommend reinstalling??
 

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Neil Rohan

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Works perfectly Erel. Once it sunk in that I needn't do ANYTHING with my MacBook Pro laptop except open the B4iBuildServer and let it communicate with my iPad, I went back and looked at your tutorial (21Oct2014) and voila! Thanks again! SOLVED!
 
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