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Can't debug a development AIR App with ANE

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Aug 13, 2015

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I have an AIR app that I want to test.  Specifically, I want to test/debug AS3 code I've written around the FreshPlanet Payment ANE.  It was recently updated to universal (inc. 64bit) on iOS.

My development certificates and provisioning profiles must be ok.  I can test the app on my iOS devices if I remove the ANE stuff.  I can build release apps (with a release certificate) with the ANE stuff included - and test them via TestFlight - but of course, I lose debugging, diagnostics, stack-traces, etc.

I want to be able to test on a device connected to my computer (with a development certificate).  But I can't do that when I introduce the ANE stuff.  It gives me an application verify error - and it can't install the app.


I've checked and double checked everything to do with certificates and provisioning.  I checked that the .ipa includes 64bit support.

Any suggestions?

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Can't debug a development AIR App with ANE

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I have an AIR app that I want to test.  Specifically, I want to test/debug AS3 code I've written around the FreshPlanet Payment ANE.  It was recently updated to universal (inc. 64bit) on iOS.

My development certificates and provisioning profiles must be ok.  I can test the app on my iOS devices if I remove the ANE stuff.  I can build release apps (with a release certificate) with the ANE stuff included - and test them via TestFlight - but of course, I lose debugging, diagnostics, stack-traces, etc.

I want to be able to test on a device connected to my computer (with a development certificate).  But I can't do that when I introduce the ANE stuff.  It gives me an application verify error - and it can't install the app.


I've checked and double checked everything to do with certificates and provisioning.  I checked that the .ipa includes 64bit support.

Any suggestions?

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I found a work-around.  It seems I can test an ad-hoc build, which uses my release certificate.  But I'd still like to know why the development certificate build didn't work in conjunction with an ANE.

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