Tony Arnold on 05 Jun, 2017 12:18 AM
Hi John, does your app launch successfully if you disable that breakpoint?
Can you force the issue to occur, and then in Xcode's Debug Console type the following command:
Then copy and paste the result of that back here.
I apologise that this is happening. It's probably going to take a bit of back and forth between us to figure out what's causing this problem for you, so please bear with me as I ask you for information.
I had the same thought earlier today and did move the file. I've retried and now Reveal Server loads, however, I do not see my app in the Reveal. Here is the console message:
Loading Reveal Server from /Applications/Reveal.app/Contents/SharedSupport/iOS-Libraries/RevealServer.framework/RevealServer...
Reveal Server was loaded successfully.
2017-06-04 22:19:02.204 Studio Fusion[75679:997837] INFO: Reveal Server started (Protocol Version 40).
Tony Arnold on 06 Jun, 2017 11:19 PM
No, I don't think so.
You can try running:
curl -s -D - http://localhost:57582/application
The command you're running is piping the output to /dev/null which would mean it's not going to show any output in Terminal.
If you run that command and it outputs a stream of JSON - great! Grab me a copy of that and I may be able to use it to debug the issue on my end.
If it doesn't print a bunch of JSON to your terminal, it could be a couple of common things:
The network activity/HTTP request could be being blocked by something like Little Snitch or a third-party firewall (also check that your /etc/hosts hasn't been modified;
It could be that Reveal is spinning trying to serialise your app - this would present as the curl command not finishing (you needing to kill it). The best way to check this is to run the curl command again, and then pause your iOS app in Xcode's debugger and see what it thinks is happening.
Thanks for being patient while we work through this.