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Update splash.storyboard #2

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maxrfinch commented May 28, 2019

Fixes Xcode warning "Unsupported Configuration: This file is set to build for a version older than the deployment target. Functionality may be limited." Splash storyboard automatically set to Stencyl Target Deployment

Fixes Xcode warning "Unsupported Configuration: This file is set to build for a version older than the deployment target. Functionality may be limited." Splash storyboard automatically set to Stencyl Target Deployment
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justin-espedal commented May 28, 2019

In what situation does Xcode give that warning? What Xcode version? Does it actually prevent you from building, or cause any problems?

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maxrfinch commented May 28, 2019

In what situation does Xcode give that warning? What Xcode version? Does it actually prevent you from building, or cause any problems?

The error is seen when the developer sets the deployment target to anything higher than iOS 9. The error is only seen when archiving the game from Xcode directly, no warnings in Stencyl are visible. The file change allows Xcode to match the deployment target in the storyboard based on the deployment target of the project rather than hardcoding it to an iOS 9 target deployment.

At first, I wasn't concerned with the warning, as the project still builds, but a few forum posts show building for a target version which is older than the projects target version can cause build errors should Apple decide to depreciate or modify something in the future.

I've made the change on my downloaded copy of Stencyl, the warning has disappeared and the game builds fine.

@justin-espedal justin-espedal merged commit 0d2c7f5 into Stencyl:develop Jun 5, 2019
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