Posted: February 6th, 2009 | Author: irv | Filed under: Apple, Cocoa, Companies, iPhone, Objective-C, Programming | Tags: Apple, Cocoa, development, iPhone, Objective-C, Telephone, XCode | No Comments »
I have an older project and have had my certificates expire. I spent a couple of days trying to figure out how to get the stupid thing to build. Then I found this blog: http://iphonesdkdev.blogspot.com/2009/01/codesign-error-valid-provisioning.html.
Basically what it says to do is to go into the .xcodeproj file for your application, open the project.pbxproj and modify the PROVISIONING_PROFILE variables.
This didn’t work for me, but removing all of the key / value pairs did.
Posted: January 17th, 2009 | Author: irv | Filed under: mides, Uncategorized | Tags: Cocoa, IDE, Interpreter, iPhone, mides, Objective-C, PHP, Touch | No Comments »
Mides and The PHP Interpreter
I really want to put a PHP interpreter into Mides, the problem is my interpretation of the Ts & Cs of the App Store. It is my understanding that executing downloaded scripts is prohibited. To the best of my knowledge, downloading a bunch of PHP templates and running them through the interpreter runs afoul of that provision.
What that really means to me is that the dream that I had when I originally wrote Mides will be a long time coming. I think that with some competition, Apple will hopefully broaden the types of applications that are available in the app store. It would be fantastic if they allowed scripting languages to be included in apps. It would be awesome to have the ability to have ruby on the device, as well as PHP and Python. Really the only platform that I could put some sort of PHP interpreter onto would be Android, but for some reason I am just not super excited about it.
What I am super excited about is the Palm Pre. It looks sweet, oh well Mides fans, I guess we’ll just have to wait.
* 5/6/2009 – I am currently working on a Dalvik compatible compiler for PHP that will work on Android. It is a bit harder than I thought, so we’ll see if I can get through it. I looked at it on iPhone, and it still seems to be a no-go. *