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  • Hello,
    I have installed Xcode 4.3 for Lion on a Mac OSX 10.7.3 and would like to store the "iOS Developer Tools path" in Dreamweaver 5.5.
    I did the standard installation on Xcode. Allegedly the path should then be "/ Developer". I can't find it with me.
    I thought I installed Xcode in / Volumes /. I found a "/ Developer" path under "/ Users / (username) / Library / Developer / Xcode /".
    I've tried all the paths, but none of them want to go. Dreamweaver keeps deleting the path. Apparently it's not the right one.
    Now I wanted to ask if I still have to set the path or how I can get it out. Vll. Dreamweaver is not okay either.
    Thanks for tips, Steffen
  • Thank you. Still not getting any further. In the end I need a path that I store in CS5.5 in "Sites - Mobile Applications - Application Framework Settings", whereupon the SDK is thrown on. Do you have to generate something with the "app bundle" first?

    Otherwise I found the following, but it hasn't helped me yet. I think it's more of a Dreamweaver problem. developer.apple.com/library/io…e/Articles/xcode_4_3.html
  • Now I noticed that when I start Xcode it is listed in "Devices". So with CD / DVD. Is that normal?

    And when I go to "Xcode> Properties> Downloads" I can, for example, Install iOS 4.3. When I click the install button, I get the following message: "The install path resides on a read-only volume. If you launched Xcode from a read-only disk image, consider copying Xcode to your Applications folder and unmounting the disk image."

    Why read-only, why is xcode treated as a disk? Is Xcode installed incorrectly (actually I used the standard installation).
    VG
  • steffen700 wrote:

    Now I also noticed that when I start Xcode it is listed in "Devices". So with CD / DVD. Is that normal?

    And when I go to "Xcode> Properties> Downloads" I can, for example, Install iOS 4.3. When I click the install button, I get the following message: "The install path resides on a read-only volume. If you launched Xcode from a read-only disk image, consider copying Xcode to your Applications folder and unmounting the disk image."

    Why read-only, why is xcode treated as a disk? Is Xcode installed incorrectly (actually I used the standard installation).
    VG
    looks like you're starting Xcode from a disk image. Quit Xcode, unmount the disk image by clicking on the small eject symbol next to the "device" and then start the Xcode, which is in your programs folder. If that's not the problem, the first thing to do is to fix the rights on the disk using Disk Utility.

    The answer to the real question is:
    Where you have previously entered / Developer, you now enter:
    /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer
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    or the appropriate path, if you installed Xcode somewhere other than the Applications folder.
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  • That is getting closer to the matter. Ejecting no problem. Most likely, Xcode is not installed properly. There is no Xcode under programs.

    How do you install the image (xcode_4.3_for_lion.dmg) that you let down correctly. Just push it into programs? There is probably no installation procedure (opening is not enough) ?? (I'm an Apple / Mac newbie).

    Thanks for the tip, Steffen
  • When I double-click a window opens (Finder I assume), where there is a file xcode.app. I can't find any kind of installer. Right mouse button on xcode.app offers, "open, show package contents, copy" etc. The image may not be complete with 1.84GB. The following is about 4GB and that the installation takes hours. Is that correct?
    blog.root-of-all-evil.com/2011 ... installation-von-xcode-4/