Use the Product menu's 'clean build folder' to help flush indexed settings and use new to see if things straighten out.
Thanks! Unfortunately, doesn't appear to make a difference.
In Xcode, the Provisioning Profile pop-up under Platform: macOS has a Development Provisioning Profile in red text. When I click the popup, I just see Import/Download profile options, nothing under "Eligible/Ineligible" as I would usually expect.
Then under status:
No profile for team 'xxx' matching 'xxx Development Provisioning Profile' found
Xcode couldn't find any provisioning profiles matching 'yyy/xxx Development Provisioning Profile'. Install the profile (by dragging and dropping it onto Xcode's dock item) or select a different one in the Signing & Capabilities tab of the target editor.
Of course, that profile DOES exist - with the App ID with my main bundle identifier (com.company.app). But I can't create another provisiong profile with the maccatalyst prefixed-id, since I can't figure out how to get the maccatalyst prefixed ID in the Apple Develper site.
I am seeing the same issue ... seems like the online manual creation of an identifier via the `Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles` page does not allow the maccatalyst prefixed name.
1. Go to Certificates, Identifiers & Profiles.
2. Select iOS app that you are trying to catalyze from.
3. Enable "Mac".
4. After few minutes you'll be able to see catalyst bundle identifier when creating an app from App Store Connect.
This does not work for me. When I select an of my identifiers, there is no option to add "MacOS" platform support to an existing app ID.