is not a term I thought I’d use about myself in this programming journey, but when one learns to
talk to snakes program in Python, it starts to make sense. Shouldn’t we be a little more concerned about teaching this language to students? After all, even in the wizarding world it’s not a good sign…
I’m in a Python-y mood after reading a few articles from Pycoder’s Weekly. It was cool to see people working on optimization and contributing to open-source work. I’m not ready for that yet, but it’s good to see what the cool kids are talking about.
Back in iOS world I solved a few of yesterday’s issues this morning. By deleting a couple of configuration lines, I advanced past the old errors I was getting when trying to run:
-xcconfig ./Frank/frankify.xcconfig \
-arch armv7 \
-configuration Debug \
-sdk iphoneos \
The goal was to launch get my frank-ified version version of Alien Blue running on my iPhone.
Now when I run the script I get the following error:
CodeSign error: code signing is required for product type 'Application' in SDK 'iOS 7.0'
Even though I’ve said
Don't Code Sign in the build settings for the project and the target. Hm…
I’ll be meeting with folks from the NYT on Monday. Should be helpful in guiding this prep work.