|Jan 17, 2007, 01:09 PM||#1|
I just changed the name of my executable (Cocoa, Xcode 2.x) and was horror struck when the finder said: "This application is damaged or corrupted" (or something along those lines) when I tried to open it.
What the **** just happened and how do I fix this?!?!?
EDIT: Just fixed it. Looks like Xcode forgot to actually rename the executable . I mean, what's the point of having a field for executable name if it doesn't rename the file when you change it?
|Jan 17, 2007, 04:38 PM||#2|
You have to build a fresh copy of the App when you make changes like that. Just typing in stuff doesn't actually change anything on disk in the actual application, until you build a fresh copy.
At least this isn't Project Builder times, when it would simply refuse to build a fresh binary even though obvious changes requiring a recompile to object files were made.
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