I just realized that the actual damaged file is
or the IDEInterfaceBuilderCocoaTouchIntegration under the IDEInterfaceBuilderCocoaTouchIntegration.framework file.
I went to go check and yes, the .framework file is existent and so is the IDEInterfaceBuilderCocoaTouchIntegration file which is an alias file. So I'm concluding that the file could be damaged. Won't bother to try on XCode 9 because that'll take too much time out of my day downloading and unzipping 5 gb files.
According to console, it says the library
is not loaded. I checked xcode and directory doesn't exist, i inputted it into finder, doesn't exist, and I tried ~/Library/Developer/PrivateFrameworks/CoreSimulator.framework/Versions/A/CoreSimulator
as well and got nothing.
Have you installed both XCode 9.1 and 9.2 ?
You should have asked for an update of your existing version.
First, did you try restarting the Mac ?
If not enough, you should uninstall all old XCode versions then install the latest 10.3.
I am currently experimenting with Xcode 9.2, but I still have both xip files of 9.1 and 9.2 as well.
I just restarted and the problem persists
Do you mean I should upgrade to Mojave and install XCode 10.3? Unless if you mean XCode 9.3 that is only for High Sierra+
xcode xip are not a peoblem. What could be a problem is to have installed 9.2 then installed 9.1, creating a mess in some files.
Yes, idea would be to upgrade to Mojave (anyway, you'll have to do it sooner or later), then install a clean 10.3.
I found another idea, what would happen if I reinstalled the OS?
Reinstall ? Or upgrade to Mojave (I recommend the second).
If you have an idea without changing the OS, just try it first. What is it ?
Here is my list of ideas
Reinstall Sierra - Could fix, haven't tried. Kinda scared my files will be deleted when reinstalled.
Download Command Line Tools - Didn't fix, tried. It installed commandlinetools under /library/developer/
Find other tools under the downloads/more
I have the same problem, and am getting the exact same error message. I prefer to stick with Sierra 10.12.6, for a variety of reasons. So, I figured I'd download and reinstall XCode 9.2, which is the version that is best calibrated to my computer's operating system.
However, when I download Xcode_9.2.xip, I can't even open it: ArchiveUtility informs me that it is not an Apple product (note: I downloaded it from the Apple Developer "more downloads" site). I am stymied.
I am using a MacBook Pro, 9,1. 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7, 1TB Solid State hard drive, 16GB RAM.
All ideas will be greatly appreciated.
>: ArchiveUtility informs me that it is not an Apple product
It is apparently an expired Apple certificate issue. Might try resetting the date on your mac to before Oct. 24, 2019, long enough to try unpacking/installing again.
Still no joy, you may want to start your own thread so you can better track, close if solved, etc.