iOS Question Where is the objective c code that represents my developement?

miguelconde

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Hello, im not an ios developer and i have some troubles trying to export my b4i proyect to xcode.
When i try to open the objective c code that is hosted in Object/src/B4iProyect in Xcode (i need to do this in order to respond to a request of the client) i got a message that says that there are some missing libs.

Where is the full objective c code?
How i can export all my code in order that dont get that warning?

Its being really complex to me properly get this process to work for my lak o knowledge and time to learn it

Thanks in advance
 
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Erel

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All the code is under UploadedProjects\<account name>

You might need to configure the referenced libraries. They are in the Libs folder.

With that said, there is no reason to modify the generated code. Everything will be simpler to do from within B4i.
 

Erel

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Are you using a local builder? It is in your builder folder. However it is the same source code as the one you see on your PC. There is no other code.
 

miguelconde

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No, im not using local builder.
And if it is the same source, where is that Libs folder? Or i can just copy the libs from the b4i folder?
 

Erel

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The Objective C libraries are included in the builder zip file. Note that you shouldn't distribute these libraries without permission.
 

miguelconde

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Note that you shouldn't distribute these libraries without permission.
Is not for distribution purpouses! I need to compile my code in xcode because the client want to use his keystores, he uses xcode and he dont want to share them. I personally going to be in the process to guarantee no copyright problems with the libreries.
Thank you in advance.
Note that in the zip file im not getting those libreries, all i get is a payload directory
 

Erel

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You need to download the Mac builder zip. All the libraries are there.
 
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