Parsing code. 0.06
Compiling code. 0.17
Compiling layouts code. 0.06
Compiling debugger engine code. Error
This version of %1 is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running. Check your computer's system information and then contact the software publisher
I just installed the Windows' version of Java on the Parallels version of Windows running on my Mac. Same exact message occurs as before. "This version of %1 is not compatible with the version of Windows you're running. Check your computer's system information and then contact the software publisher."
In my reading of the beginner's guide its raised the following question in my mind regarding "a local Mac machine on WiFi!"
I run Windows 8.1 on my Mac using a program called "Parallels." Will this work?
If you're not familiar with Parallels, I can move from one to the other with no effort, as Windows 8.1 runs in a separate window concurrently with the Mac's OS. Consequently, I can install windows program that run Parallels Windows 8.1, as if it were a PC.
So, the instructions you are following are for hosting the Builder locally.
To be honest, I have many years of experience in computer systems, network installations and programming, but in the same instance value my time, and when I found out that to use the Hosted Build environment only cost the equivalent of 6 coffees here, and only involved checking a checkbox, I went down that path. I strongly recommend doing the same if this way is causing you grief. I also understand that it is still a cost, and added to the other items already paid for (B4i and Apple dev Licence and Osx machine and parallels and device to test) it does get expensive.
If you do decide to keep trying the local build option I can try and help, but I have no experience in it, so others will be better qualified.
I agree! I came to that conclusion before I wrote you, but I thought, just perhaps, there was something I've overlook. Like yourself I've been at this many, many years - since grad school in 1965!!! And I'm no youngster. I've celebrate my 39th birthday some 42 times.
I would assume that either the .cer file is not in the Keys directory, or there is still something wrong with the .cer file. (Remember you need to create a Security Certificate within the Apple Developer Site). That file ends with .cer and is what the build script is referring to.
I don't have any access to my machine until later tonight to be able to replicate this error (hopefully the errors for the situations are different).
If it hasn't been solved by then, I will have a look.