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iPad simulators: libc++abi.dylib: terminating
Started by tbuchler Nov 14 2018 05:24 AM

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Best Answer tbuchler , 15 November 2018 - 07:44 AM

The reason for the exception was well up the screen and required scrolling up.

 

Turns out I had renamed a MIB reference in Info.plist, but didn't rename the MIB itself.

 

Thanks all who helped here.

 

-Tom

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XCode 10.1

Corona Native (used to use Enterprise) 2018-3326

 

Working to test my app with various XCode iPhone and iPad simulators.

 

My app works with all the iPhone simulators I've tried.

 

Every iPad simulator I've tried results in:

 

LaunchScreen.Storyboard is displayed

After some delay, I see:

 

CoronaApplicationMain( argc, argv, [AppCoronaDelegate class] );   Thread 1: signal SIGABRT

 

31  CoreFoundation                      0x0000000108643e11 CFRunLoopRunSpecific + 625

32  GraphicsServices                    0x000000010c7031dd GSEventRunModal + 62

33  UIKitCore                           0x000000011187f81d UIApplicationMain + 140

34  TropeTrainer                        0x00000001027385a6 main + 86

35  libdyld.dylib                       0x0000000108cb5575 start + 1

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libc++abi.dylib: terminating with uncaught exception of type NSException 

(lldb)

 

Suggestions how to proceed?

 

-Tom



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Hello!

 

1. Does it happens empty template project, or just your project?

 

2. Try to add Exception breakpoint in Xcode (Debug->Breakpoint-> Create Exception Breakpoint). May be exception will contain some specifics about a crash.



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Thanks Vlaads.

1) It doesn't happen in the empty template project.

 

2) Added exception breakpoint. I see the arguments to CoronaApplicationMain. The message window shows just: (lldb) 



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It happens on a real iPad Pro, so it's not just an artifact of the simulator.



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Honestly, it is not much to go with... Did your project worked before? Did you recently updated Corona? What was previous version? I can't really help with this much information, sorry. Try clean & rebuild.



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  Best Answer

The reason for the exception was well up the screen and required scrolling up.

 

Turns out I had renamed a MIB reference in Info.plist, but didn't rename the MIB itself.

 

Thanks all who helped here.

 

-Tom




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