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From Lane Friesen <friese...@hotmail.com>
Subject ios Provisioning Profile
Date Tue, 02 Aug 2016 13:25:46 GMT
Apple recently changed their policy. It is now possible for a non-developer to run a program
from XCode on an actual iOS device. Is it possible to do the same from a Flex mobile program
on IntelliJ?
JetBrain instructions at the following address seem to indicate that the answer is No. You
need to log in as a developer in order to get a provisioning profile.
http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/flex-users/201303.mbox/%3C513D855C.7050705@jetbrains.com%3E
Is this old information? Is there now a way for a non-developer to run/debug a vanilla Flex
program (same restrictions as with XCode) on an actual iOS device (personal device only) via
a USB cable as can be done with XCode? I have both a Mac and an Apple so can use either platform.
For instance, does XCode generate a non-developer’s provisioning profile that can be referenced
by IntelliJ? Where would it be located?
Thanks,
Lane.
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