I change the title of the thread to reflect the current version 1.01b.
It was 1.0b before.
Used iBuilder 1.01b on my Mac (OS X, 10.5.2) running Windows XP with Parallels Desktop for Mac. Bundle built works like a charm, just drag and dropped it from the Win-Windows to my Mac desktop, built custom FW with PwnageTool 1.1 on the Mac - works great.
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LOL, I wouldn't be so quick to pity us mac users as I am currently one keystroke away from being in windows (parallels + spaces FTW) .
Anyway, great app
I do exactly the same process, (I dropped theiBuilder bundel in pwnage tool map internal packages, built a custom FW). When I after i have installed the custom FW, try start up some of the program i installed via iBuilder bundle, they just start up, are up in about 10 sec, then they close. BSD is installed and you can see the app in installer.
Any idea what I'm doing wrong? Anything I missed?
I still don't get it - How did you resolve permissions issue in bundle builder?
Those permissions sometimes stored in zips. But after unpacking in Windows environment (which is done by builder) - they are all lost.
So they had to be set properly in scripts (bundles or whatever) later on IPhone.
I didn't find any evidence of permissions set commands there (I mean chmod, chown).
So how are permissions are set? Are they lost when creating bundles?
Last edited by L38Crow; 04-22-2008 at 03:08 AM.
Hey, its a nice idea and could save a beta test a lot of time after restoring. The only problem i had was after i put the apps in the iphone i got "Main Script Error" or whatever it says. So i couldn't download anything from installer but i love the idea.