CFBundleName issue #152

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tibo opened this Issue Dec 1, 2011 · 3 comments

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tibo commented Dec 1, 2011

Hi,

I'm trying to run appledoc on a project I will soon need to document and I get this error:

ERROR: NSUnknownKeyException: [<GBAppledocApplication 0x2000199e0> setValue:forUndefinedKey:]: this class is not key value coding-compliant for the key CFBundleName.

the line I use to get this result:
appledoc --project-name MyProjectName --project-company "My Company" --company-id com.mycompany -o Documentation MySourcesFolder/*

What am I doing wrong?

thx

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tomaz Dec 1, 2011

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Try cranking up verbosity with --verbose 4 (or more, up to 6) so you can pinpoint the issue. You can also try and only parse a subset of source files in case there's an error in there (BTW you do give the tool at least one file/dir to parse - don't see it in above cmd line - see minimum cmd line example here).

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tomaz commented Dec 1, 2011

Try cranking up verbosity with --verbose 4 (or more, up to 6) so you can pinpoint the issue. You can also try and only parse a subset of source files in case there's an error in there (BTW you do give the tool at least one file/dir to parse - don't see it in above cmd line - see minimum cmd line example here).

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tibo Dec 2, 2011

Thanks for your answer.

Actually I solve my problem by installing appledoc one more time with a different template directory... wired...

It works great now

tibo commented Dec 2, 2011

Thanks for your answer.

Actually I solve my problem by installing appledoc one more time with a different template directory... wired...

It works great now

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Ok, glad it works :)

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tomaz commented Dec 2, 2011

Ok, glad it works :)

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