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Simulator issue

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Right now, I met a problem that the simulator can not be used and the IDE always report an error as “Selected binary and target do not match x86”. I used auto discover to find the simulator. It worked initially for native SDK project but after I created the cascade project, it has the current issue. I have to use device to debug the program now.

 

I am appreciated someone could help me out?

 

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I found in there is nothing in the folder of "x86/o-g/" of my project while the setting of debug need to use the asset in that folder:

 <configuration id="com.qnx.qcc.toolChain.1953561384" name="Simulator-Debug">
       <platformArchitecture>x86</platformArchitecture>
       <asset path="x86/o-g/xxxxxx" entry="true" type="Qnx/Elf">xxxxxx</asset>
    </configuration>

 I think that it is the reason. But how can I output the class to the x86/o-g?




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Re: Simulator issue

Finally I found the solution by "In the Project Explorer view, double-click on the bar-descriptor.xml file, then click the Set from Debug Token button to set author information for the app." 




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Re: Simulator issue

Just weird that why running Native SDK application on simulator doesn't need the step of "Set from debug token"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!




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