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AIR iOS dysm/symbolicate file

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Oct 26, 2017

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Submitted an app to the iOS store yesterday and they threw me back some crash logs that happened on launch. All the shiny numbers in the log apparently mean something, but I can't find out how to translate them. According to old forum posts, I need a dysm or a symbolicate link file. However, the references that point to the solution seem to be expired. Looking through the .ipa in Winrar, I see my strings files, extensions, icons and the like, but nothing that I can see relates to a .dysm. Where would I find this? To have it work fine in debug with a dev provision/certificate and then have it not with a iTunes release prov/cert leads me to believe it may be related to that, but I only had one testing device at the time so I am a bit worried.

Side Question: I was unable to install the ipa when I changed it from dev to release. This is normal though, since it doesn't have the testing device's uid in the provision, correct?

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AIR iOS dysm/symbolicate file

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Submitted an app to the iOS store yesterday and they threw me back some crash logs that happened on launch. All the shiny numbers in the log apparently mean something, but I can't find out how to translate them. According to old forum posts, I need a dysm or a symbolicate link file. However, the references that point to the solution seem to be expired. Looking through the .ipa in Winrar, I see my strings files, extensions, icons and the like, but nothing that I can see relates to a .dysm. Where would I find this? To have it work fine in debug with a dev provision/certificate and then have it not with a iTunes release prov/cert leads me to believe it may be related to that, but I only had one testing device at the time so I am a bit worried.

Side Question: I was unable to install the ipa when I changed it from dev to release. This is normal though, since it doesn't have the testing device's uid in the provision, correct?

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