Why does Xcode keep changing its active executable?

Something really weird is going on with Xcode and an iPhone project I'm working on, when I'm building for the simulator, the project has 2 active executables (MyApp - iPhone Simulator (2.0) and MyApp - iPhone Simulator (2.1)) Almost all of the time, I want to use the the 2.1 active executable, but Xcode will occasionally silently change to the 2.0 one.

There doesn't seem to be any pattern to this or any trigger that I can notice. Googling has found a couple of people out there who are having the same problem, but no solutions.

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Answers


Ok, it was a bug. The good news: it's fixed in the fresh new 2.2 SDK.


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