I have an intel MacBook Pro running 10.6.6. I uninstalled and re-installed Xcode (details at bottom).
When I create a new project (iOS Application, Window-based Application) and click on Build and Run without making any additional changes, it fails with the message "ibtool failed with exception: Interface Builder encountered an error communicating with the iPhone
Simulator. If you choose to file a crash report or radar for this issue, please check Console.app for crash reports for "Interface Builder Cocoa Touch Tool" and include their contents in your crash report."
WhenI look in Console.app, it reports the error as:
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Failed to determine the value for systemColors of UIColor.
Exception name: IBAssertionFailure
Exception reason: Interface Builder encountered an error communicating with the iPhone Simulator. "Interface Builder Cocoa Touch Tool" (72320) failed to launch and exited with status 11. Please check Console.app for crash reports for "Interface Builder Cocoa Touch Tool" for further information.
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I did some googling, and the only answer I came up with was "reinstall the OS". I'd like to find a way to get XCode working so that I can try my hand at iOS development without actually having to reinstall the OS. I'm fine with reinstalling software (e.g. I uninstalled and reinstalled XCode to no avail).
Version: 3.2 (10M2423)
Xcode: 3.2.5 (1760)
Interface Builder: 3.2.5 (823)
Instruments: 2.7 (3017)
Dashcode: 3.0.2 (333)
Mac OS X: