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  1. h_picko

    h_picko New Member

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    Is their a program that will let you open .app files and test them on your pc or mac?
  2. RandomHit

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    the SDK has a tester for apps on the mac doesn't it?
  3. h_picko

    h_picko New Member

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    Correct but i dont have a mac

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    Anything for windows?
    Or could someone code something?

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    no there isnt one for windows
  5. kraussco

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    you cannot run the compiled executable in the iphone simulator
    xyz.app isn´t a file it´s a folder
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    h_picko New Member

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    True and the app store apps are the ipa format.

    Any coders out there seen this thread and want to help out

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    h_picko New Member

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    Come on someone must know!
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    What crauscco said, they are folders, not files.
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    h_picko New Member

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    The iPod/iPhone can open them, Why carnt someone makes a simulator?
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    Because when you compile for simulator it compiling to x86 architecture code and iPhone got ARM, this is why you call it simulator, not emulator. One thing won't work on other then.

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