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UnrealRemoteTool directory location?

I'm new to using Mac. I installed UE4 for Mac, Xcode5.1, Command Line Tool, and have the iOS certificate. I downloaded the UnrealRemoteTool, but I don't know where to put it. The instructions said to put it in: [Engine source Location]\Engine\Build\IOS. Is this the Unreal Projects folder where my game project folder is located? If this is where it goes, do I create the directories to put the UnrealRemote Tool in?

I'm also struggling on understanding the build process of using a PC to create the game and the Mac to package. I copied over the game project folder to the Unreal Projects folder, but the Editor said the project needed to be compiled. I couldn't compile the project using Xcode program. Can someone steer me in the right direction? I'm like to know if there's any extra tutorials around that I could study. Thanks for your help.

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asked May 10 '14 at 03:48 AM in Packaging & Deployment

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avatar image Ravlek STAFF May 12 '14 at 02:50 PM

Did you install the binary version of UE4 for Mac? If so, you will need to get the GitHUB source version. Once you have that, then you need to put the Unreal Remote Tool in the Engine source location (something like UE4GitHUBInstallLocation/Engine/Build/IOS).

Also, have you looked at this answerhub question/answer: https://answers.unrealengine.com/questions/21222/steps-for-ios-build-with-unrealremotetool.html


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answered Nov 25 '14 at 03:39 PM

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