Sunday, 4 October 2015

Another unhappy experience with ARDrone SDK

I got a new MacBook Pro with Retina display, running OS X 10.10.5, and latest XCode 7.0.1. While still waiting for TestFlight Beta testing to approve my test, decided to give ARDrone SDK another go.

According to this page, they are now on version 3.6, the first run was quite interesting, as "" picked up the folder name was incorrect straight away. This is certainly a huge improvement, as last time it took me a while reading through lots of logs to work that out.

After that's fixed, tried to run "./ -t iOS", then it goes downhill unfortunately. It died 1st time after "openssl", and took 11m 4s.
Since this is a new machine, I can't remember if I have installed "brew" myself, or was it done as part of the ARSDK installation. When I checked after the 1st run using "brew list", it shows all the 6 required tools were installed: autoconf, automake, git, libtool, openssl and wget.

2nd time it died with "ARSAL" and only took 1m 22s.

The error was as shown below "no known instance method for selector", which I have absolutely no idea what does that mean.

After that I can't move forward any more, tried a few times all failed, also tried with " -t iOS --force-clean" still same result. Very frustrating...

Searched the net and found this post on parrot forum also experiencing similar issue just a few days ago. Let's hope it can be resolved pretty soon.

So my conclusion is, again, a very bad experience with ARDrone SDK... And don't forget this is just to compile the SDK framework to be included in the XCode, you still have to write your objective C/Swift code and build into an iOS app..... what a pain, why can't parrot just release a compiled framework, how hard can that be?

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