Some questions about building for iOS
1. I've presently got Snow Leopard and the most recent version of XCode 3. Exporting for my brand new iPod Touch gives me the following:
warning: iPhone/iPod Touch: application executable is missing a required architecture. At least one of the following architecture(s) must be present: armv6 (-19033)
I *can* upgrade to XCode 4 and Lion if it's absolutely necessary, however I'd prefer to avoid doing so at this moment due to time constraints.
Note that the app does in fact run fine on the iPod Touch after this warning (which is I what would expect since I made sure it's a ARMv7 device). However, I'm afraid I'll have some kind of release validations problems later. What can I do?
2. I have the following scenario: I want to export a debug build of the app to a client so they can make a final test before I produce a release export to (aimed for App Store). I don't have any sort of access to whatever iOS device my client would use for testing (this include not knowing UUID etc.). What's the appropriate way to deal with this? What debug/ad hoc/distribution provisioning etc.
Thanks in advance.