Can't start iOS simulator from QtCreator 3.0.1
I'm testing mobile development with Qt 5.2.1 and QtCreator 3.0.1 and I'm getting problems to launch my app with the iOS Simulator.
It compiles fine, but the simulator doesn't launch and I get the follow error message: "error loading iPhoneSimulatorRemoteClient".
I tried to build and run it on Xcode and the simulator works fine...
Does anybody have an idea of how to solve this issue?
I got the same error after the XCode update to 5.1
Could be the same.
Updated to 5.1 and getting this execution error.
The generated xcode project still loads, compiles and runs fine in the simulator.
Solution which helped me:
There is already a fix present to support Xcode 5.1 in the official GIT repo (https://qt.gitorious.org/qt-creator)
- Rename current QT-Creator for older Xcode versions.
- clone qt-creator.git and checkout the corresponding tag.
- Compile Qt-Creator and copy product into the original location.
- Reimport kits into project.
- Build and run.
Thanks Bowibit for your beginning of solution.
If you don't want to handle the compilation of QtCreator you can also directly download a nightly build from here : http://download.qt-project.org/snapshots/qtcreator/
Can you just tell me how do you reimport kits? The new QtCreator can't auto-detect my Android and iOS kits?
I have the same problem. I'm searching in the whole internet for a solution, but I didn't find yet.
Bowibit, your link returns a 404....
If anybody has a solution....