Thank you for your response.
I am trying to bring up another mac workstation to do the builds of our app for ios. Our app interacts with proximity beacons and uses several plugins, so I guess that is why we are using CLI. However, I think I made a little progress after finding this post from last year. It seemed that even though I defined my build path, it was not recognizing the part /usr/local/bin that I had.
this was what I previously had in my Build Command in appstudio preferences phonegap tab:
export PATH="/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin";cordova build
I put an echo $path like the guy did in the message I found (see below) and it did not list user/local/bin
I appended it like they did in this post I found and now it looks like it is doing something, at least I have output in the build.log to review, but before the build.log was empty.
Would the non CLI build handle this app?
p.s.Here is the message I found and was going from.
I got a work around going. In the preferences for Phonegap I now have “export PATH=/usr/local/bin:$PATH&&echo $PATH&&cordova build” for the Build Command and it works. With the “/usr/local/bin:” added to the front of the path AppStudio is able to find cordova. The “echo $PATH” command should not be necessary but it doesn’t hurt to have the path shown.
Thanks for not giving up and digging into this. We’ll make sure this is put into AppStudio.
NS BASIC Corporation