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Mac OS X 10.7.3 with Xcode 4.3: This bundle is invalid. Apple is not currently accepting applications built with this version of the OS.

We have a few Mac applications on which we need to enable the Lion sandbox and resubmit to the Mac App Store (Mac, not iOS). I already applied the combo update 10.7.3 and after that I started getting this error:

“This bundle is invalid. Apple is not currently accepting applications built with this version of the OS.”

In the SystemVersion.plist, it turns out our build for 10.7.3 is 11D50b (b being beta). Xcode does not allow beta OS to be used to compile and submit to the Mac App Store. This is clearly a bug and will be fixed. However there is a workaround:

Change the SystemVersion.plist in /System/Library/CoreServices with TextMate (it will ask you for a password to save) or with TextEdit (you will need to change the file permissions first).

Locate the line Build Number: 11D50b and remove the last “b”.

Save, restart Xcode (make sure you do this), clean, archive and you are finally able to submit successfully.

Once you’re done, I recommend you quit Xcode and made sure to change everything back to how it was before. If you keep the file open in TextMate you can “undo” your way back to the original file, which states:

Build Number: 11D50b
ProductUserVisibleVersion: 10.7.3
ProductVersion: 10.7.3

I will not trust restarting my mac with a messed up plist like that.
So use at your own risk and happy coding!

Source: Stack Overflow

Surgeworks launches Catholicpedia, the Original Catholic Encyclopedia for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch (press release)

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah, (December 8, 2011)—The Divine Office Catholic Ministry in partnership with Surgeworks, a Salt Lake City-based application developer and graphical interaction design firm, has announced a new app for the Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch based on The Original Catholic Encyclopedia.

Introducing Catholicpedia

The Catholicpedia App makes The Catholic Encyclopedia available on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch through an easy-to-use interface.

From the Divine Office Catholic Ministry, developers of the About.com “2011 Best iPhone, iPod and iPad Catholic Apps,” this beautifully crafted, simple to use Catholicpedia App is designed to present its users with the full body of Catholic teaching: the Catholic Encyclopedia contains not only precise statements of what the Church has defined, but also an impartial record of different views of acknowledged authority on all disputed questions.

available on the app store

Features highlights

Over 11,000 articles have been categorized by letter and related by tags. The App includes:

  • a powerful multi-keyword search engine,
  • a tags browser to drill down to specific topics and articles,
  • sortable favorites,
  • sharing via eMail, Facebook,
  • AirPrint support,
  • read in portrait or landscape,
  • change font size and color scheme

The easy of use and these great features make Catholicpedia the most convenient way to access and carry in your pocket the full 15 Volumes of the Original Catholic Encyclopedia (1917).

The Catholic Encyclopedia

The Catholic Encyclopedia, proposes to give its readers full and authoritative information on the entire cycle of Catholic interests, action and doctrine. What the Church teaches and has taught; what she has done and is still doing for the highest welfare of mankind; her methods, past and present; her struggles, her triumphs, and the achievements of her members, not only for her own immediate benefit, but for the broadening and deepening of all true science, literature and art — all come within the scope of the Catholic Encyclopedia.

The Encyclopedia bears the imprimatur of the Most Reverend Archbishop under whose jurisdiction it is published. In constituting the Editors the ecclesiastical censors, he has given them a singular proof of his confidence and of his desire to facilitate the publication of the work which he has promoted most effectively by his influence and kindly co-operation.

The Encyclopedia was designed to serve the Roman Catholic Church, concentrating on information related to the Church and explaining matters from the Catholic point of view. It records the accomplishments of Catholics and others in nearly all intellectual and professional pursuits, including artists, educators, poets and scientists. While more limited in focus than other general encyclopedias, it was far broader in scope than previous efforts at comprehensive Catholic encyclopedias. It offers in-depth portrayals of historical and philosophical ideas, persons and events, from a Catholic perspective, including issues that divide Catholicism from Protestantism and other faith communities.

Citations: The Catholic Encyclopedia Original Preface (1917) and Wikipedia.

About Divine Office

The Divine Office Catholic Ministry, in partnership with Surgeworks, Inc., is the developer of several apps including Divine Office – Liturgy of the Hours, an iPhone, iPod and iPad app for the universal prayer of the Roman Catholic Church. Divine Office was selected as the recipient of The NY Times Company’s About.com Readers’ Choice Award 2011 for “The Best Catholic Website,” “The Best Catholic iPhone App,” “The Best Catholic iPad App” and “The Best Catholic Podcast.” Visit the Divine Office Website at http://divineoffice.org or view our award-winning apps on your favorite App Store: