Hi Josh thanks for the help,
Hmm if I try to run a simulator build then it stops with the error: -platformsdk location not specified. But anyway my real goal is just to build a release ipa so can disregard that.
It turns out I had an issue in my path to my keystore and provisioning profile (which I didnt realize because it was asking me for a password so I figured it was reading the file) anyway after fixing that I was able to create the ipa file.
Next, I'm running into an error when uploading the package and I'm wondering if there is some vscode option that I'm not aware of that is causing my issue. The error I get is:
Which is strange because I've tried first with my previously working distribution profile / certification then also tried again after creating new distribution profiles and certificates directly on the mac. I've also unzipped the package and checked the embedded.mobileprovision to ensure it is the correct distribution one.
If you wouldn't mind looking, can you see anything wrong with my asconfig.json file that might be causing this?
You mentioned you haven't updated to Air33 yet, but do you know from anyone else if vscode can properly package apps for it?
Also is there any way to see the command line that is being run? i.e: "adt -package -target ipa-debug-interpreter - -storetype pkcs12 -keystore "cert\ios_dist.p12... etc"