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How do I add additional iOS target versions to my XCode 4

Posted on 2011-03-23
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I was running xcode 3, upgraded to 4, and all the target iOS versions are gone.  I used to be able to run the simulator against versions 3.2 -> 4.2.  Now I only get the option for 4.3 and can't for the life of me find where to set them back.

I can specify the different OS versions in the simulator, but they get overwritten once I build from xcode (since the only option i get is 4.3)  and it goes back to being 4.3.

This is driving me crazy.

Thanks for your help in advance.
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You have to set the deployement target in the right panel (choose the projet first on the left) select the target, summary tab and Deployement target list box which you can choose the lower deployement one.

Or build setting tab on the ios Deployement Targer property (lowest one from 3.0 to 4.3)
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