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Thread: ITMS-90209 Invalid Segment Alignment and ITMS-90125 (LC_ENCRYPTION_INFO)

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    Neuer skobbler
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    ITMS-90209 Invalid Segment Alignment and ITMS-90125 (LC_ENCRYPTION_INFO)

    I'm trying to upload an app that uses the the SKMaps framework.

    iOS target = 8.0
    Xcode = 7.0.1
    Swift 2.0

    The app runs fine in both simulators and real devices. No issues whatsoever.

    When I archive and try to upload the final version to iTunes via Xcode, I get the following error:

    ITMS-90209 Invalid Segment Alignment. The app binary at '/Frameworks/SKMaps.framework/SKmaps' does not have proper segment alignment. Try rebuild the app with latest Xcode version.

    And also:

    ITMS-90125 The binary is invalid. The encryption info in the LC_ENCRYPTION_INFO load command is either missing or invalid, or the binary is already encrypted. The binary does not seem to have been built with Apple's linker.

    If I remove SKMaps from the project, I am able to pass these validations without errors. But then of course my app becomes useless.

    So... Is there anything I could try?

    Thanks in advance,
    - Fernando
    Last edited by Conaaando; 14.10.2015 at 05:49.

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    Oberskobbler
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    Please allow us a few days to ask our developers and to investigate what could be the problem

    ps: You could try to find some help, in the meantime, on StackOverflow (use the skmaps tag). Check this thread also: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/2...ment-alignment
    Last edited by Adela_Silvia; 14.10.2015 at 08:29.

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    Yes, I did try StackOverflow and Google. The "solutions" generally mention some weird SDKs like Flex, stuff that I'm not using...

    Allright, I'll wait. Thanks for taking a look.

    (Ah, just to mention, this is Skobbler 2.5.0).

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    Neuer skobbler
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    This is fixed in Skobbler 2.5.1. :-)

    Thanks.

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    Oberskobbler
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    Thanks Conaaando for checking it and for letting us know.

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