As of right now, the 1.8.3 tag of MagicalRecord doesn't install correctly. The podspec in CocoaPods/Specs differs from the one in the MagicalRecord repo in that it doesn't wrap the include call in Pods-prefix.pch with an #ifdef __OBJC__ ... #endif. This causes a number of compilation errors, currently being experienced (magicalpanda/MagicalRecord#146) by MagicalRecord users such as myself. 1.8.3 is an older version, but it is the last version to support iOS 4 out-of-the-box.
#ifdef __OBJC__ ... #endif
On a side note, I made a pull request a few months ago and never got push access to the CocoaPods repo. Could I get access to that?
Edit: Whoops. Sorry for the extra commits. It wound up not passing validation due to some small semantic issues in the podspec I copied over (use https and end the description with a period). Is there a way to run those validations client-side so Travis won't yell at me next time?
Updated MagicalRecord 1.8.3 spec to correspond to the one in the repo
Fixed Travis validation errors in MagicalRecord 1.8.3 (oh copy-and-pa…
…ste, you've undone me again)
Third time's the charm right?
So, I've added you to the team for commit access, and everything seems to look ok from my side. Thanks @dflems!