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iOkay opened this Issue Feb 17, 2014 · 1 comment

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iOkay commented Feb 17, 2014

Hello, I'm work on static ios framework. I got some issues about it. I configured my project as you did, and it worked. I generated a static framework. The file struct like this:

MyFramework.framework

|-- MyFramework -> Versions/Current/MyFramework

|-- Headers -> Versions/Current/Headers

|-- Resources -> Versions/Current/Resources

`-- Versions

|-- A

| |-- MyFramework

| |-- Headers

| | `-- MyFramework.h

# |`-- Resources

| |-- Info.plist

| |-- MyFramework.bundle

`-- Current -> A

It works very well on my pc, but it is going wrong on another compute. It cannot recognize the symbolic link file. I searched in google but not result. What is problem about this computer?

Then I delete the symbolic link files and replace them with the real files, the file struct like this:

MyFramework

`--Headers

|--MyFramework.h

|--MyFramework

`--Resource

|--MyFramework.bundle

|--Info.plist

It can recognize the framework well. But the xcode cannot build succeeded, because of the "Info.plist". What is this file used for? Why I need it?

Did you know the key? It confused me so much.

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odrobnik commented Mar 12, 2014

Static Frameworks never include the debug symbols. I have not found an solution for that. This is why I don't recommend using them.

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