A much needed update for the iOS SDK is ready for beta testing! This release includes updates for iOS 6 and new devices.
Please test this distribution in your environment. We really need feedback from developers with access to an iPad 3 or iPhone 5.
You can find the disk image on the FRS:
If you do try out this new SDK version, please follow up here with your experience (positive or negative).
Thank you for your help!
That's awesome. I'll download now and start testing right away on iOS6 with iPhone 4S, iPhone 3GS, iPad2 and iPad3.
It works perfectly on the simulator, but i'm getting the same error as with the old library when i try testing it on a Device.
@lorenjaffrey What error with what device?
It's working fine for me w/an iPad 2 and claims to include the new architecture…
This is working great for me on iPad 3 and iPhone 5. (Worth noting: my app has a custom overlay, so I haven't tested the default overlay. If you need someone to try it out I can.)
ld: file is universal (3 slices) but does not contain a(n) armv7s slice: /Users/rainbird/Desktop/myapp/iFileManager/iFileManager/ZBarSDK/libzbar.a for architecture armv7s
clang: error: linker command failed with exit code 1 (use -v to see invocation)
the usual error.
I tested it on both an iPhone 4S and on an iPad 3, both with the GM Seed.
Are you sure that you're linking against the 1.3.1 binary distribution?
My tools indicate that armv7s *is* included in the distribution:
# hdiutil attach -noautoopen ZBarSDK-1.3.1.dmg
# lipo -info /Volumes/ZBarSDK/ZBarSDK/libzbar.a
Architectures in the fat file: /Volumes/ZBarSDK/ZBarSDK/libzbar.a are: armv7 armv7s i386
and I have no problem using this to build applications that include the new architecture.
Also note that robotspacer already has 1.3.1 running on the iPhone 5…
Hm, is there anything important to do besides replacing the libzbar.a?
I only changed this, because ist was the only error.
I removed the whole folder from my project and copied the new 1.3.1 back in. Give that a shot and you should be good. I've tested on 4S, 3GS and new iPad w no issue.
i had a problem, with testing "readertest.project" on my iphone 4s (ios 6) at old 1.2 SDK, because of this issue "armv7 armv7s"
with this project there are some another problem existed. sintax error was occured. i fix it and there it's all become fine
we've migrated 2 Apps from SDK 1.2 to 1.3.1 - everything works fine !!
Thanks a lot !!!
- iOS 5.1.1 on iPhone4
- iOS 6 on iPhone 5
Incl. resizing our ReaderOverlayViews to the new iPhone5 Screen size !
Just tried the beta with an iPhone 4S and iOS6. Orientation mask doesn't seem to work.
For example, if you modify in the ReaderSample project the mask:
reader.supportedOrientationsMask = ZBarOrientationMask(UIInterfaceOrientationPortrait);
It still rotates to landscape. Am I doing something wrong?
A very straightforward upgrade and no problems found. Devices I am using are ipad2 at ios5 and iphone5 at ios 6. If I find any issues I will report back.
I have used ZBar in my project for iPhone 4 & 4s and it works fine. But when i started using the same in iPhone 5, am getting linker error. The linker error appears only in iPhone 5 but it works fine in iPad 3.
file is universal (3 slices) but does not contain a(n) armv7s slice:
As per the above reference, i downloaded the beta from the link and checked the info using the lipo -info and getting the below message,
karthiks-MacBook-Pro-2:ZBarSDK administrator$ lipo -info libzbar.a
Architectures in the fat file: libzbar.a are: armv7 (cputype (12) cpusubtype (11)) i386
Could somebody help on this.
Thanks in Advance.
Any way we can get an official release on this? Are there any known bugs?
I am looking at options for including scanning in a brand new app. Is 1.2 the latest available version, or is 1.3.1 coming. I am inclined to use 1.3.1 Beta, if it's expected to be released at some point soon.
Seems solid in our app, but the viewcontroller rotation mask doesn't work anymore. André Mathlener's patch (35) fixes it, so it would be nice to get that into the build.
when will 1.3.1 be out of beta, released?
Or is beta stable enough to use it productively?
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