Xcode resources folder not updating
I don't mind so much about that, I just want things to be organized while I am working on my project.
I think this is where that 'build rule' thing comes in, but I'm not sure how or what to do. Now, anything you put in the images group will automatically go into the images directory.
I have followed docs to a T and the only way I can update the icon is by removing android platform and re-installing.
how can i remove this stupid caching as it is driving the graphic designers crazy.
Just update Cordova to the latest version and finally remove and add the platform.
I am actively working on our implementation of CLI v3.
I also tried the normal way using Image assets, i checked all the sizes again, i even tried building the Info.plist and the image asset folder in Xcode and import it, but whatever i do, the app icon doesn't appear to be present in the app bundle. Anyways, I created a D script that would remove all stale icon and splash images from platform/ and resources/ and then it runs 'ionic resources'. Thanks for the help and feedback My hack method: Search resources/android for .png's in file browser (im on Ubuntu) then manually delete all old icons/splash you see. As a result, the app still shows ionic icon and splash. After "ionic resources --icon" I get a bunch of png files in $appdir/resources/ios/icon/ that are current; I also see in $appdir/the icon tags for platform name="ios". I'm not sure what to do right now since I'm trying to release my app to the App Store and the dang icon is looking crazy! — Reply to this email directly or view it on Git Hub #420 (comment).Your system information: Cordova CLI: 6.4.0 Gulp version: CLI version 1.2.2 Gulp local: Local version 3.9.1 Ionic Framework Version: 1.3.1 Ionic CLI Version: 2.1.4 Ionic App Lib Version: 2.1.2 ios-deploy version: Not installed ios-sim version: Not installed OS: Mac OS X El Capitan Node Version: v6.9.1 Xcode version: Xcode 8.1 Build version 8B62 wrote: Some how i manage to fix this by manually copy the generated file on res folder, one by one to corresponding folder in platforms/android/res and rename it — You are receiving this because you commented.Reply to this email directly, view it on Git Hub Using ionic cli v2.1.13.OS: Ubuntu 16.0.4 LTS Node: V6.7.0 still facing this issue.
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If I change my icon/splashscreen colors and run the resources command, it recreates the images. really annoying happened: One of the of Androids' resources was corrupted, which caused an error when building the apk.