can you try uploading a basic app generated from the hello world template?
what structure is your app now using?
I simply moved the res folder from the root of the project to the www folder (I have tried moving it back since then with the same results).
I generated the hello world app, zipped the www folder and uploaded it. I got the same error: "Error: upload failed; please try again "
Eugh... I'm running out of ideas on this one. You might have to wait until one of the Adobe staff can come along and clear things out for you.
What OS are you running? Windows? And what zip tool? (7zip isn't usually problematic, but I've run into others that are.)
I'm on Windows 7 Professional and using WinRar, which has worked as I said for the last 2000+ builds.
it is a zipfile error (we will be adding feedback for that soon)
the exact error is on the res/icon/ios/ directory. please double check the permissions on that directory and upload again.
The issue was simply that the directory was lacking writing permissions for the user. I believe this was caused by the fact that I used a tool to autogenerate the iOS screenshots. The tool also generated the directory structure with the wrong permissions.
Since I am not overly familiar with how file permissions are set in Windows files, I found it easiest to simply delete the directory and create a new one with the same name in its place.
I then tested and it's working perfectly again. Definitely relieved not to have to nuke everything. Thanks for the help!