It looks like XcodeCapp isn’t updating the cib when the xib changes. Do you see any messages in the “Errors & Warnings” tab? If you delete the cib, does XcodeCapp recreate it? It should. Sometimes this can mean a broken install, so doing a fresh install might be useful. I have been using 10.2.1 with Cappuccino 1.0.0 without seeing this issue, so it probably isn’t related to either, per se.
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> On Apr 24, 2019, at 6:16 PM, 'Simon' via Cappuccino & Objective-J <objec...@googlegroups.com
> I noticed that (this is on Mojave, 10.14.4) on creating a test app, following the instructions, Xcode 10.2.1 gives a warning that the .xib file is out of date, and do I want to upgrade it to use it.
> <Screen Shot 2019-04-24 at 5.15.36 PM.png>
> [Warning] 2019-04-24 16:31:26.818 Cappuccino [warn]: Could not connect the outlet myLabel of target of class AppController (Objective-J.js, line 508)
> [Warning] 2019-04-24 16:31:26.819 Cappuccino [warn]: Could not connect the outlet myTextField of target of class AppController (Objective-J.js, line 508)
> [Warning] 2019-04-24 16:31:26.820 Cappuccino [warn]: Could not connect the action sayHello: to target of class AppController (Objective-J.js, line 508)
> I've used Cappuccino extensively before, but never used xcodecapp so it's possible I may be doing it wrong, but I'm just following the tutorial as far as I can see :)
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