• glennholt

    @dvader9: I've done ad hoc deployment to local iPads. The template works well on the few examples I've tried. The modifications I had to make to the info.plist file are the "LSRequiresIPhoneOS" key as I mentioned above and that "Skip Install" flag in the Build Settings that you mentioned.

    The kids in my class will soon be creating apps for submission -- I'll let everyone know how that goes.

    @OMZ: Thanks again for all your work!

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  • glennholt

    OMZ,

    FYI, I just replaced your info.plist with one from a working kivy-ios project and that works OK. Update: A newbie error I guess -- apparently the LS key LSRequiresIPhoneOS is required to build an app!

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  • glennholt

    OMZ,

    Thanks so much for your effort. I can get an app to build, but when I try to add the .ipa to my device (ad hoc via iTunes) it says that it cannot be added because it's not a valid app.

    I have a valid bundle ID, the info.plist looks OK, I can't figure out what it is. My PyCharm/Kivy-ios builds and techBASIC builds work fine.

    Any thoughts?

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  • glennholt

    Hello,

    Apologies if this has already been covered, but I have not seen anything but bits and pieces that don't quit stitch together for me.

    I'd like to see a tutorial on how to take a Pythonista app from the iPad to Xcode and then to an actual iOS app. I know there is a Xcode template, which I have downloaded (and which does not work without significant modification) but has the whole process been codified somewhere?

    Thanks,
    Glenn Holt

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  • glennholt

    @zencuke: Agreed, Pythonista is a great IDE. My goal as an educator was to leverage the simplicity of Python programming (on the iPads the kids all have from the school) to have the kids create apps that could be distributed through the Apple store.

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  • glennholt

    Yes, the location of the .pyui file would be helpful.

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  • glennholt

    @JonB, Sorry, I did not mean to imply that it could not work, just that the existing templates are broken. I'm hoping that my students will spend the bulk of their time working on their Python code, not creating workarounds in Xcode!

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  • glennholt

    This template does not work with Xcode 6.1 & iOS 8. I'd love to see it updated soon!

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  • glennholt

    Will 1.6 include functional Xcode export? The current 1.5 template-based approach is broken with the latest Xcode.

    Thanks.

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  • glennholt

    I suspect that the changes in Xcode 6 made the current template-based export flow simply broken. I would love to hear otherwise. I chose Pythonista in part due to its supposed ease of iOS app creation.

    Given the maturity of the app I'm surprised to find there's no comprehensive tutorial for this like there is for Lua.

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