If I'm in the wrong place to get support for Transporter, please let me know where to get support. I'm starting here because I'm trying to get na app update to TestFlight.
I upgraded to Catalina and the upgrade process changes my home folder from
I didn't think much of it and didn't care until I ran into a build dependancy that needed the clang compiler. The clang compiler does not know how to handle the space in the home folder name.
I renamed my home folder using Apple's recommended method from a new Admin account. I only had trouble with one app and had to remove a few development related caches.
I have successfully uploaded many app updates to TestFlight from this computer with my current setup prior to renaming my home folder. I now get the following two errors:
Resolver: Install error - org.apache.httpcomponents.httpcore Exception's name: java.io.IOException, Exception's message: Error accessing file:/Users/Matthew%201/Library/Caches/com.apple.amp.itmstransporter/obr/2.0.0/org.apache.httpcomponents.httpcore-4.4.11.jar
could not find the service with interface (com.apple.transporter.osgi.TransporterService)
I'm assuming the second error is related to the first. The path /Matthew%201/ is obvously looking for my old home folder name. What is storing that and how do I resolve this?
I'm going to answer this myself in case anyone needs it. I found the files eventually. I had to, an app update was depending on it.
I'm having the same problem, could you tell what did you do with those files?