successful build using -freshSimulator -freshInstall. Cheers Member imurchie commented Aug 5, 2016 You can also set the udid capability to "auto" and the system will find it for you. pmilanez commented Jan 23, 2014 Still with problems, a different one: [Info] Collecting info for testables... (1909 ms) run-test appTests.xctest (iphonesimulator7.0, application-test, GC OFF) [Info] Stopping any existing iOS simulator jobs Skins Why does CFC returns the wrong value?
My recommendation is to do research on ideviceinstaller and homebrew, get familiar with both of them. For iOS 10 you need to install it like this brew install libimobiledevice --HEAD and for iOS 9 brew install libimobiledevice Known problems Logger not working If the system stops with Contributor ExtremeMan commented Sep 19, 2014 I think we can do nothing from xctool perspective. Feel free to close this. https://developer.brewmp.com/forum/problem-simulator-unable-start-application
xfreebird commented Sep 30, 2014 Thanks ! Config: HOMEBREW_VERSION: 0.9.5 OS X: 10.10.3-x86_64 Xcode: 6.3 => /Applications/Xcode_6.3.app/Contents/Developer CLT: 126.96.36.199.1.1431401888 iPad:8.1.3 Appium:1.4.0 Facing issue: �[31merror�[39m: Could not initialize ideviceinstaller; make sure it is installed and works on your system Cheers BobReid commented Nov 27, 2014 @scottknight The LaunchAgent used to work prior to XCode 6. brew uninstall ideviceinstaller http://superuser.com/questions/203707/how-to-uninstall-homebrew-mac-os-x-package-manager ---> direction on install Homebrew After you are done with uninstallation, then re-install them again.
Renew & Upgrade Login to Central Home Users Support Bitdefender services Tech Assist: Live services performed by experts Bitdefender Install & SetUp Bitdefender PC Optimizer Bitdefender Virus & Spyware Removal Bitdefender What is the difference between perspective distortion and barrel or pincushion distortion? I tried the following: This command line: ./Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/Applications/iPhone Simulator.app/Contents/MacOS/iPhone\ Simulator -SimulateApplication App.app/App This shell script Attempted on: Simulator app v7.0 iOS 6.1 Mac OSX Mavericks No luck :/ ios command-line ios-simulator Xcodebuild Simulator Timeout Close travis-ci/travis-ci#1630. 39de159 henrikhodne closed this in travis-ci/[email protected] Jan 20, 2014 Member henrikhodne commented Jan 21, 2014 A fix for this has been deployed.
ProductName: Mac OS X ProductUserVisibleVersion: 10.9 ProductVersion: 10.9 iPhoneOS7.0.sdk - iOS 7.0 (iphoneos7.0) SDKVersion: 7.0 Path: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneOS7.0.sdk PlatformVersion: 7.0 PlatformPath: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform ProductBuildVersion: 11B508 ProductCopyright: 1983-2013 Apple Inc. Could Not Launch Simulator: "-10810" If you are manually opening the simulator, make sure to remove your -freshSimulator flag! (Cheers to TravisCI support for help on this issue) Member henrikhodne commented Feb 3, 2014 Note: We not just running the commands to uninstall. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/21599419/unable-to-install-and-run-ios-app-on-simulator-from-command-line-simulator-of Do counters combine?
If yes, steps to reproduce would be helpful. Xctool Run Tests Acceptable values are: '1.0', '0.75', '0.5', '0.33' and '0.25'. Anything we can do on our side? — Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub. We are still seeing failures when we use xctool -freshInstall Member henrikhodne commented Feb 12, 2014 xctool should “just work” in my experience, but the -freshSimulator flag is incompatible with our
Then check if all your libraries are present. https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-ci/issues/1630 Not sure if they use different VM images or not.) fpotter commented Dec 10, 2013 Yeah, Travis is definitely running 0.1.13. Iphonesimulator: Could Not Launch Simulator: -10810 Jenkins ligerjohn commented Nov 15, 2014 For reference, xcodebuild also fails to work inside of ssh. Jenkins Could Not Launch Simulator Trademarks of Qualcomm Incorporated are used with permission.
Here’s my .yml that is working so far: language: objective-c before_install: - brew update - brew unlink xctool - brew install xctool - Hopefully it will get addressed soon. Thanks in advance. iPhoneSimulator: Timed out waiting 120 seconds for simulator to boot, current state is 1. Launch Session Expired Before Checking In
npm install -g deviceconsole For real devices we can use xcpretty to make Xcode output more reasonable. Thanks V.Raja raja_Welcomes raja_Welcomesmember since 28.01.07 Wed, 04/11/2007 - 04:42 Assuming that you built in in Debug mode, and the 2nd machine doesn't have Visual Studio of any sort installed, then Yes, I did faced the same issue starting Appium server through programmatically using java code, where it couldn't find ideviceinstaller. The build has been terminated I tried with -freshInstall and -freshSimulator option without luck.
You can test by running idevicesyslog in a terminal window. "could Not Launch Simulator: -600" kaeawc commented Nov 17, 2014 @oscahie The issue is not with xctool, xcodebuild (Xcode 6.1, Build version 6A1052d) cannot properly attach to the iOS Simulator over an SSH session. luonglne commented Mar 14, 2015 Resolved related issue - I had installed appium-1.3.4.dmg locally on my machine, and it worked fine since I installed the test app manually on the physical
What I did to work around this until I get this fixed is I accessed the RUN CONFIGURATIONS and selected my tests/maven project and in the ENVIRONMENT tab I added a Can you share the script? i have used : ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/uninstall)" to uninstall brew and could not find any uninstall for ideviceinstaller. Xcodebuild Iphonesimulator: Could Not Launch Simulator: -10810 Other products and brand names may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.
Internally it also expects idevicesyslog to be installed. Like this. can you show us some logs, yml? However, for this command: brew install --HEAD ideviceinstaller, I still see the issue above.
This is useful if you have an Xcode beta installed. Member henrikhodne commented Dec 10, 2013 Hey everybody, I'm sorry for the trouble you've had with this. Project Tests 2 encountered an error (The Simulator can't be launched because it is already in use. Using Tooltips Sounds NOT working!
ProductName: iPhone OS ProductVersion: 6.0 iPhoneSimulator6.1.sdk - Simulator - iOS 6.1 (iphonesimulator6.1) SDKVersion: 6.1 Path: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneSimulator6.1.sdk PlatformPath: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform ProductBuildVersion: 10B141 ProductCopyright: 1983-2013 Apple Inc. joshuafinch commented Oct 25, 2014 I'm still seeing this issue, using version 0.2.1 from brew. Open an email ticket and we will answer the question or concern in the shortest time possible. Real devices Configuration The appium-xcuitest-driver has provisional support for iOS real devices.
Would society of simultaneous hermaphrodites have gender roles? Next, copy all those files to C:/Windows/System32 replacing the current ones; 6. ProductName: iPhone OS ProductVersion: 6.1 iPhoneSimulator7.0.sdk - Simulator - iOS 7.0 (iphonesimulator7.0) SDKVersion: 7.0 Path: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneSimulator7.0.sdk PlatformPath: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform ProductBuildVersion: 11B508 ProductCopyright: 1983-2013 Apple Inc. bennyguitar commented Nov 20, 2013 I just got it to work on the second try.
[email protected] ~/Desktop/iCijeneGoriva-iOS $ xctool -freshSimulator -freshInstall -workspace CijeneGoriva.xcworkspace -scheme CijeneGoriva -sdk iphonesimulator build test ERROR: Unexpected action: -freshSimulator [email protected] ~/Desktop/iCijeneGoriva-iOS $ xctool -workspace CijeneGoriva.xcworkspace -scheme CijeneGoriva -sdk iphonesimulator build test -freshInstall Now, run the Microsoft file system checker (sfc). or is everyone moving to Xcode Bots? It can also work over an ssh session though if you start your own daemon from the logged-in user, as explained a couple of comments above.
Used in conjunction with keychainPassword when testing on real devices. If a udid is provided and the simulator is already running, this driver will leave it running after the test run.