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  1. futuron

    Delphi 10.3.2 with Xcode 11 and iOS 13?

    Here is temporary work-around: Download an old version of Xcode and installed it next to my new Xcode version. I renamed the new Xcode app into "XcodeNEW". That solves the problem and I've been able to upload since then with out any problems. It's a band-aid that works for now. Howto: * sign-into your developer account at Apple: https://developer.apple.com/membercenter/index.action * look for "Downloads" on the left (below additional resources) * at the very top, just below the page's banner, below the search-icon, click "More" * on the left, deselect everything but "developer tools" * scroll down into the list and find Xcode 10.3 * click on the "+" before Xcode 10.3 and click the zip file. Download the file. * rename your current Xcode into XcodeNEW * unpack and install the downloaded zip file.
  2. futuron

    Delphi 10.3.2 with Xcode 11 and iOS 13?

    Application Loader does not seem to exist anymore. Apple announced this a while back. Unfortunately not seen any response from Embarcadero. That means that we won't be able to publish any app to Apple's app stores anymore until Embarcadero solved this. If you need to publish to the App Store then DO NOT UPDATE!
  3. futuron

    MacOS64: No icon when submitting to store

    Good news. Our app is now available on the Mac Store and Apple finally approved the MacOS app. Long story short, for whomever runs into the same issue and has the same question... Just continue while not seeing an icon and submit the app. Tell to have Apple review the app and after that process the icon magically appears from then on, also inside Application Loader. Thus, the icns file was perfectly fine. Somehow this is/was at Apple's end, and in the end, nothing to worry about. Hope this helps!
  4. futuron

    MacOS64: No icon when submitting to store

    Thanks Scott. I think I'm close to the solution and currently waiting for Apple's approval to release the app. Once I'm 100% certain I will update this threat. As for adding a space to the app-name, unfortunately I had to do that manually, although it's quite easy to do: * first compile the app for MacOS (release-version). The result will be for instance "Filename.app", created in your scratch-directory * then rename that file into a file with the space in its name; for instance: "File Name.app" * then open Terminal and copy a script that says something like (make sure you change YOUR NAME into the name as you have mentioned it in your keychain): productbuild --component "File Name.app" /Applications --sign "3rd Party Mac Developer Installer: YOUR NAME" --product "File Name.app/Contents/Info.plist" "File Name.pkg" The output will be: "File Name.pkg" that you can submit to Apple's Store.
  5. futuron

    MacOS64: No icon when submitting to store

    Did some more digging. I don't think Application Loader is the problem. * When I upload an ipa-package (for iOS) then the logo is shown inside the Application Loader. * When I upload a pkg-package (for MacOS) then no logo is shown. (see picture) As said in my original post, if I proceed to send the pkg-package to Apple no icon is shown inside App Store connect which probably means that the pkg truly does not contain an icon. Do you have the same issue or am I the only one with this? Do you know who to contact (or where to send this) to report this issue and find someone to help me?
  6. Oh boy... From Apple's website: Submissions Update August 19, 2019 You can now submit apps built with Xcode 11 beta 6 using the SDK for iOS 13 beta 7, tvOS 13 beta 7, and watchOS 6 beta 7 for internal and external testing. Starting with Xcode 11, Application Loader is no longer included in Xcode. For details on how to upload your apps to App Store Connect using Xcode, see Xcode Help. Anyone know if Embarcadero is aware of this? I'm starting to feel very uncomfortable. Again something that could break our workflow! I hope they are on it else I will have to look into starting to develop in Swift and forget about Delphi for the future. Source: https://developer.apple.com/app-store-connect/whats-new/?id=submissionsupdate8-19
  7. Has anyone tried to send a MacOS64 app to the Apple App Store yet? Using Application Loader inside Xcode 10.3 on Mojave 10.14.6. When I upload an app to submit it to the store no icon is displayed. The pkg file uploads just fine however checking inside "App Store Connect" (former iTunes connect) the uploaded build also does not have an icon. Apple's shows a question-mark instead. Any idea what I'm doing wrong? Anything wrong with my Delphi install? Also tried the same with an empty-form-app and using Embarcadero's default app icons. Same thing: icon is not showing within Application Loader... I was sooo glad seeing that there's finally 64bit support for Mac... Please help! Thanks!