I installed 2.1.3 and am running Xcode 4.5. When I setup a new project with all defaults, Titanium will build and launch the app, then I get a message Application has exited from Simulator. In debug it says exit value: 0. Any ideas? Also, it seems to compile and run the Kitchen Sink app, but not a new one from scratch...
Check out the release notes and be sure that the min ios version section applies to your new project.
I wish it were that simple... didn't seem to do anything.
Titanium team? There is no "new" code... just default file new app from mobile project.. Frustrating.
Stephen Flournoy's solution mentioned in a comment to the accepted solution worked for me. Just delete the iPhone Simulator directory in Library/Application support. I did get a funny error message first, but that didn't stop the app from running.
My problem occurred after importing a new project via Subversion that was very similar to the version I had been testing on my own installation of Titanium.
The error was:
Titanium Code=1 "OS Simulator failed to install the application.
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