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How to debug instances which were installed to /Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/

I recently upgraded my Xcode version from 6.3 to 7.2 (or whatever the latest is), and for some reason the compiler and the debugger don’t work anymore. The problem is that when I launch the app on my device, it just shows the ‘waiting for device’ screen and never launches the app. However, if I debug my app using the old version of Xcode 6.3 everything works fine. This shows that the problem is not with my app itself. However, since my app contains some data which is in the /Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/ path, I cannot check the information using the older Xcode version. Also, when I launch the app in the simulator, it gives the error: “Error loading program” and whenever I kill it, I can’t even launch it again.
I found a way to fix this issue, which is to change the install path of the app to the previous one, change it back to the previous install location, and then change it to the new location. However, for complex applications which require a lot of data, it is extremely inconvenient to go through all these changes and test one by one.
Any ideas on how to find out the problem quickly? I’m doing this for the first time using a new version of Xcode and it seems much more difficult than the Xcode version I used before. Thanks in advance!


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