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Can't run the project file after download

Hello, I can't runt the project file. I downloaded the project zip file, extract and run the project without any modification. Here's the warning I got:

Failed to lookup the process ID of com.teamtreehouse.Algorhythm after successful launch. Perhaps it crashed after launch.

3 Answers

Katherine Duncan-Welke
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Katherine Duncan-Welke
iOS Development with Swift Techdegree Graduate 33,030 Points

I downloaded and extracted the ZIP file without any trouble - make sure the file that you are initially opening is PlaylistBrowserSwift.xcodeproj, and check that your version of Xcode is up to date, as there have been some updates released recently. The only warning I saw within the project upon opening it was a syntax change of "as" to "as!". No process ID issue popped up, however, so I can't replicate the issue but I'd recommend checking for updates and redownloading the files if necessary just in case something went wrong.

I also cannot run it but I know that 6.3.1 was just released. Should I be updating to that newer version even though this project was created in January? Also, other then downloading and running thePlaylistBrowserSwift.xcodeproj, are there any extra steps. And does the version of iPhone/ipad you run simulator have any effect on getting to to run properly?

Michael Metzger
Michael Metzger
4,529 Points

It worked for me. I'm using 6.3.1 . The version you are running in the simulator does not have an effect. The only difference would be misplaced icons if there were no constraints put in on Main.Storyboard.