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fixed issue with runIOS not being able to launch tvOS app
Summary: Yes. Yes Environment: OS: MacOS X 10.12.6 (16G29) Node: 8.9.4 Yarn: N/A npm: 5.4.2 Watchman: Not Found Xcode: 9.2 (9C40b) Android Studio: N/A [CLI iOS runIOS] When using `react-native-cli` to try to launch the tvOS scheme the user get's an error because the current implementation for launching simulators ignores any simulator/device who's name does not start with `iOS` StackOverflow issue also found here : https://stackoverflow.com/questions/48069690/how-to-select-project-to-run-tvos-version-with-npm-start Actual command line steps ``` $npm i -g react-native-cli ... $react-native init CoolProject ... $cd CoolProject/ $react-native run-ios --simulator "Apple TV" --scheme "CoolProject-tvOS" Scanning folders for symlinks in /Users/jjiron/CoolProject/node_modules (7ms) Found Xcode project CoolProject.xcodeproj CoreData: annotation: Failed to load optimized model at path '/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Applications/Instruments.app/Contents/Frameworks/InstrumentsPackaging.framework/Versions/A/Resources/XRPackageModel.momd/XRPackageModel 9.0.omo' Could not find Apple TV simulator ``` The cli tool should launch the tvOS application on the simulator. The user get's an error message saying "Could not find Apple TV simulator" Don't ignore appletv simulators when looking for simulators to launch. Also use the correct application build when selecting which app to launch on the simulator/device. Added automated test for `findMatchingSimulator.js` to allow tvOS simulators [react-native-cli] Fixed issue where you cannot launch tvOS app on Apple TV simulator Closes #17660 Differential Revision: D6806327 Pulled By: hramos fbshipit-source-id: 1a4f37058f3c5d8223012a3e4050e7bbfaafa6c4
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