Sorry to hear you have been unable to discover your app from within
Reveal. When you perform the curl request, what is the body of the
response? Also have you been able to connect Reveal to any
Do you have any non-standard DNS configuration?
Also just need to check if you are clicking on the 'No Connection'
drop-down and seeing nothing in that list?
this was also posted a few days ago on the thread in your support forum:
As far as I know no non-standard DNS configuration, this is a home machine.
When I click on 'no connections' nothing else is in the list.
I have not tried to connect to any other apps.
Not sure how to get the response body from the curl. Here is what I have from curl:
cce:curl -s -D - http://localhost:49370/application -o /dev/null
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Thu, 16 Jan 2014 18:39:20 GMT
Sorry for the delay. I can see the response body is not empty from
the 'Content-Length' header value. For future reference, to see the
body of a curl response, just remove the -o /dev/null,
and the body will be output to the terminal.
However the issue appears to not be with the server responding to
requests, but with the Reveal.app not seeing the bonjour
From the output you have already given, there doesn't appear to be
anything glaringly wrong, so we are not sure what could be causing
the bonjour broadcasts to be failing. This may be a silly question,
but you are running Reveal on the same machine as the simulator?
And you can see the app in Bonjour Browser?
Maybe try uninstalling your current Reveal.app, and re-download
and ensure you unzip and drag Reveal.app into your Applications