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      Latest reply: Oct 9, 2016 7:20 AM by eskimo RSS
      cm.seymour Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

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        Hello, I was programming an app for a tutorial in my Xcode development environment. The problem seems to be that I get this error (refer to link) and I can't figure out why. Please tell me what I can send that could help further investigate this problem, this is the second time it's come up. I've already referred to the other responses and none of them help my case.

         

        Thank You.

        • Re: Thread 1: signal SIGABRT
          eskimo Apple Staff Apple Staff (6,470 points)

          SIGABRT is triggered when someone calls abort, which typically happens when there’s an un-handled language exception.  Often this is thrown by Objective-C code when you do something bogus, for example, if there’s an incorrect connection in your nib.

          If you open Xcode’s console pane (View > Debug Area > Activate Console), does it show anything relevant?

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