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Started by tap32 Nov 06 2019 10:40 AM

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I'm trying to upload an app and am getting the following error:

ERROR ITMS-90534: "Invalid Toolchain. Your app was built with an unsupported version of Xcode or SDK. If you plan to submit this build to the App Store, make sure you are using the GM version of Xcode 10.1 and the SDK for iOS 12.1 and watchOS 5.1, Xcode 7.1 and the SDK for tvOS 9, or Xcode 6 and the SDK for macOS 10.9 or later. If you are using an Xcode beta version to test your app, make sure you are using the latest supported version. For more information about supported beta versions, view the App Store Connect What's New page (https://developer.apple.com/app-store-connect/whats-new/)."

WARNING ITMS-90703: "Deprecated Xcode Build. Due to resolved app archives issues, we have deprecated Xcode 11.2 on November 5, 2019. Download Xcode 11.2.1 or newer, rebuild your app and resubmit."

Anyone know what might be causing this? I have Xcode 11.2 11B52 installed, and don't see any updates in the app store.

 

Wait, so have Apple deprecated the latest Xcode only a few days after it was released?


Edited by tap32, 06 November 2019 - 10:41 AM.


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The Warning isn't anything to worry about. A new Xcode will be out and we will cut a new daily build that supports it.

 

The Error is a bit more bothersome. I'll get Engineering to investigate.

 

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What version of Corona are you using?

 

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It seems something went wrong on Apple side. Lets wait couple days for 11.2.1, we are using latest app store version of Xcode to build Corona ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Hopefully it will go away soon.



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Hi. I'm having the same issue. I downloaded Xcode 11.2.1 but the App will be signed with 11.2.0 still. But I understand that is just a warning, but the error seems to not go away. Should I try to install a previous Xcode version (10.1 GM) ?



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I'm using the 3547 Daily Build, by the way.



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We have to update our build servers to 11.2.1 as well and issue a new daily build. It was not available when we looked last, but that was yesterday. That will deal with the warning, the error, as @vlads mentioned above is something on Apple's end that they have to sort out.

 

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11.2.1 is not released yet. It is in GM Seed, but usually it's best to wait for actual release. For now I would suggest using previous version of Corona (3545) which is built against the 11.1.



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Same problem here



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I've just used 3545 as Vlads suggested and I've got this warning :

 

 

UNSUPPORTED IOS SDK Mismatch

The version of iOS SDK (13.2) that's installed on this computer does not match the target iOS version (12.4). You may encounter issues building or incompatibilities at runtime.

You should consider updating your version of Xcode or using xcode-select to enable a compatible version.

Do you want to proceed with a build?



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You need to drop back to Xcode 11.1 as well. They have to be matched or you will get this warning.  Likely it won't be a problem, but if you want to be safe, you have to get an older Xcode.

 

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11.2.1 is not released yet. It is in GM Seed, but usually it's best to wait for actual release. For now I would suggest using previous version of Corona (3545) which is built against the 11.1.

 

I don´t get it. Why are you releasing Corona versions (3547+) that require something that is not released (Xcode 11.2.1) ?

 

I stil do not see any signs of 11.2.1. Is it available for anybody else?



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We do not require Xcode 11.2.1. Apple released Xcode 11.2. Found a bug in it. Blocks all apps built with Xcode 11.2. Which is current version in App Store. This is not only Corona issue.
Apple is testing new release 11.2.1. We are not using it. As soon as Apple release 11.2.1 to App Store we would make a new build using it.

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If you urgently need to push the version now, I would suggest downgrading Xcode to 11.1 (you can download it https://developer.apple.com/downloads ) and using Corona 3545.
But my suggestion is wait a little big, until Corona and Xcode get an update.

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But my suggestion is wait a little big, until Corona and Xcode get an update.

 

I was under the impression that Xcode would get an update very soon, but the days go by. Any idea if this is a "few days" or a "few weeks" situation? If it´s the latter I´ll have to go through the downgrade path to get my stuff out.



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That is likely going to be the fastest solution for now,

 

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As soon as Apple release 11.2.1 to App Store we would make a new build using it.

 

I've got Xcode version 11.2.1 (11B500) and latest Corona 2019.3549 (2019.11.9) .

Right from Appstore via the update feature.

 

Same situation with the Toolchain error:

 

ERROR ITMS-90534: "Invalid Toolchain. Your app was built with an unsupported version of Xcode or SDK. If you plan to submit this build to the App Store, make sure you are using the GM version of Xcode 10.1 and the SDK for iOS 12.1 and watchOS 5.1, Xcode 7.1 and the SDK for tvOS 9, or Xcode 6 and the SDK for macOS 10.9 or later. If you are using an Xcode beta version to test your app, make sure you are using the latest supported version. For more information about supported beta versions, view the App Store Connect What's New page (https://developer.apple.com/app-store-connect/whats-new/)."

 

Any ideas?



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Please, have a little patience. New corona version is building. Xcode got released this morning, there was not enough time to build a new version of corona with released Xcode.



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Got it, thank you for your efforts. Please keep us posted on any updates.



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Please, have a little patience. New corona version is building. Xcode got released this morning, there was not enough time to build a new version of corona with released Xcode.

 

Didn't the whole problem start because Corona 3547+ was built with 11.2.1 in the first place? But maybe Xcode 11.2.1 isn't Xcode 11.2.1 (old and new have different signatures somehow)?



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Hello. New build 2019.3550 is up and submits fine. Thank you for your patience.



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Thanks Vlad, thanks Rob. As always.



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@runewise, I don't believe we every did a build (before today) with Xcode 11.2.1. The last Xcode before today was 11.2, which Apple shutdown causing this problem.

 

@max.srdk, whenever Apple releases a new Xcode, it takes us time to get the new Xcode and set up the build servers to use it and then build a new daily that matches Corona with the new Xcode. Unfortunately we can't sit at our computers 24 hours a day, seven days a week waiting on Apple to say "The new build is ready". Frequently we learn that a new version is available from you because you get the notifications before we do. Then depending on the urgency (generally versions of Xcode don't break Apple), we may take a day or two to get the new build out. This was an urgent situation, so we got the build out as fast as we could.

 

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Thanks for the build 2019.3550. Everything it's ok. !




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