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#multiplatform
    Samuel Michael

    Samuel Michael

    2 years ago
    tried to use the default ios.android kotlin multiplatform starter from intellij and getting a non-zero exit code
    Liliia

    Liliia

    2 years ago
    You need to generate Gradle wrapper, I guess. Try to run
    wrapper
    from Gradle tool window first.
    Samuel Michael

    Samuel Michael

    2 years ago
    Thanks I tried that and it doesn’t seem to help still getting the same error I am going to file a ticket to fix this I think we really need to make these starter projects easier to get started with
    Ok got it finally I am going to submit a request for instructions to be added as a readme for others not to spend a whole weekend like i did
    Liliia

    Liliia

    2 years ago
    Thank you! Glad you’ve found out a proper way. Please share a link here also when the ticket is submitted.
    Samuel Michael

    Samuel Michael

    2 years ago
    Should I also create a new ticket on YouTrack or elsewhere and also any feedback on refining the instructions they are still a little rough want to make a nice markdown once i get some feedback
    Liliia

    Liliia

    2 years ago
    Thank you! I’ll ping the related developer to see if we can collaborate here. Basically we’re currently reworking New Project Wizard (https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/KT-26330), the experimental version is likely to be available optionally (through an additional setting in IDE) either in 1.3.70 or 1.4-M1 — it’s under discussion right now. The Android + iOS template is not there yet, but is planned to be added and tested then, so your feedback right now is very valuable. Maybe it’s worth to mention it here as well, so the developer and QA are able to consider it as well: https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/KT-36226.