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error: PCH file uses an older PCH format that is no longer supported #96

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sreeneel opened this Issue Jun 23, 2015 · 5 comments

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sreeneel commented Jun 23, 2015

When running infer on an iOS project, I get the following error:

error: PCH file uses an older PCH format that is no longer supported

My env:
Xcode version: 6.3.2

clang version(that comes default with Xcode):
Apple LLVM version 6.1.0 (clang-602.0.53) (based on LLVM 3.6.0svn)
Target: x86_64-apple-darwin14.3.0
Thread model: posix

I tried compiling "infer" from scratch too, and still the same problem

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fangmobile Jun 24, 2015

+1.
Xcode version 6.3.2
Did anybody else try this on this Xcode version?

fangmobile commented Jun 24, 2015

+1.
Xcode version 6.3.2
Did anybody else try this on this Xcode version?

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Hello @sreeneel and @fangmobile,
please make sure you use the latest version of Infer, and you run the compilation with GCC_PRECOMPILE_PREFIX_HEADER=NO

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martinoluca commented Jul 6, 2015

Hello @sreeneel and @fangmobile,
please make sure you use the latest version of Infer, and you run the compilation with GCC_PRECOMPILE_PREFIX_HEADER=NO

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@sreeneel, @fangmobile did @martinoluca's suggestion solve your issue?

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jvillard commented Aug 26, 2015

@sreeneel, @fangmobile did @martinoluca's suggestion solve your issue?

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fangmobile Aug 27, 2015

yes!
I am wondering should

GCC_PRECOMPILE_PREFIX_HEADER=NO

be default?

fangmobile commented Aug 27, 2015

yes!
I am wondering should

GCC_PRECOMPILE_PREFIX_HEADER=NO

be default?

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Good question. @martinoluca, what do you think?

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jvillard commented Aug 27, 2015

Good question. @martinoluca, what do you think?

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