Mauricio J8281

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Mauricio J8281 replied to the topic 'IOS 9.2 SDK is missing includes' in the forum. 7 years ago

The solution came from support: Install update, install paserver 17.0, uninstall SDK from RAD Studio, remove SDK from disk and finally reinstall SDK.

Thanks everybody.

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Mauricio J8281 replied to the topic 'IOS 9.2 SDK is missing includes' in the forum. 7 years ago

[color=#222222; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13px]Thank you for your replay.[/color]

The iPhone 9.2 sdk is about 53.5Mb and I could not find the 9.1 version in my mac computer.
Do know of a link to download a zip of 9.1 ?


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Mauricio J8281 replied to the topic 'IOS 9.2 SDK is missing includes' in the forum. 7 years ago

James T1769 wrote:

Yes I did. I got it to work by copying the folder: C:\Users\Jim\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\SDKs\iPhoneOS9.1.sdk\Applications to C:\Users\Jim\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\SDKs\iPhoneOS9.2.sdk\Applications There was no folder C:\Users\Jim\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\SDKs\iPhoneOS9.2.sdk\Applications I then added the folder: C:\Users\Jim\Documents\Embarcadero\Studio\SDKs\iPhoneOS9.2.sdk\Applications\Xcode.app\Contents\Developer\Toolchains\XcodeDefault.xctoolchain\usr\lib\clang\7.0.0\include to the Project->Options->Directories and conditionals->Include file search path It now compiles and executes. The problem must be when the iPhoneOS9.2 is updated, it does not create the Applications folder

Hi. I am trying to solve the same issue but I don't have the iPhoneOS9.2.sdk folder.
Where can I get the iPhoneOS9.1.sdk in order to accomplish the same result?
Thanks.

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