Where can one download the latest Ultralite libraries for Iphone / Ipad development. We are trying to put our app onto an iPad and running into an error that says "not set for ArmV7". Is there an update of the libulrt.a that supports ArmV7? If so, where can we get it?

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Like many, we downloaded the tutorial for the iPhone. We use Sybase 12 on Solaris as our main database. We modified the tutorial and have it working with our Mobilink and Sybase 12 database. I tried getting the MacOSx version of Sybase but I believe it is only an upgrade for an already installed version. Do we need to purchase and install Sybase for MacOSx to get the updated libulrt.a ? Is there somewhere we can just download that piece like we did with the tutorial?

(29 May '12, 13:59) Codecranker
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I'm not sure if the download for the tutorial you're following has been updated. I don't work directly with UltraLite. For your purposes, a free developer edition license will be sufficient. You can download the base install from http://response.sybase.com/forms/SQLAnywhere12DeveloperEditionDownload

(29 May '12, 14:09) Phil Mitchell

You will need to download the SQL Anywhere EBF for Mac OS X. Build 3577 was released on February 24, 2012. At a guess, I believe the following bug fix may resolve your problem:

================(Build #3308 - Engineering Case #663307)================

UltraLite now supports the 'armv7' architecture when targeting iOS. With the just-released Xcode and SDK versions, the default includes armv7.

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