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Xcode 12.5 troubleshooting guide (RN 0.61/0.62/0.63/0.64) #31480

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kelset opened this issue May 5, 2021 · 140 comments
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Xcode 12.5 troubleshooting guide (RN 0.61/0.62/0.63/0.64) #31480

kelset opened this issue May 5, 2021 · 140 comments

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@kelset kelset commented May 5, 2021

Hey folks.

This issue wants to be a follow up to #31179; that issue has become really long so opening a new one to try and reduce the noise and confusion around it.

Here is how to fix the Xcode 12.5 iOS build breaks with errors related to "atomic_wait_until is unavailable" (and similar messages).

(sidenote: make sure you are using cocoapods 1.10.x)

If you are on 0.61

Note well: this has only been tested by a few members of the community, not by me, so I can't ensure it will work.

If you are still using RN 0.61, you can refer to this comment #28405 (comment) from @edgarbonillag.

If you are on 0.62

  1. add this line to your podfile (or modify it if you already had it):
use_flipper!({'Flipper' => '0.75.1', 'Flipper-Folly' => '2.5.3', 'Flipper-RSocket' => '1.3.1'})
  1. change your package.json react-native dependency to
"react-native": "0.62.3"
  1. do all the classic necessary cleans (node_modules, caches, pod folders, etc)(react-native-clean-project is your ally) then do yarn install and a pod install --repo-update (if pod install fails on an error about a Flipper package, just remove the relevant lines from the podfile.lock and run the pod install again)

If you are on 0.63

Note well: you need to be on latest 0.63.x release, at the time of writing 0.63.3.

If you are on 0.63, you are in luck! You just need to add this line to your podfile (or modify it if you already had it):

use_flipper!({'Flipper' => '0.75.1', 'Flipper-Folly' => '2.5.3', 'Flipper-RSocket' => '1.3.1'})

Then properly clean your caches (react-native-clean-project is your ally), remove pods folder and do a pod install --repo-update.

This should be enough for you to get Xcode 12.5 to work.

If you are on 0.64

  1. (optional) check your podfile.lock and make sure that Flipper is on 0.75 or higher, and Flipper-Folly is 2.5.3 or higher; if not, add this line to your podfile (or modify it if you already had it):
use_flipper!({'Flipper' => '0.75.1', 'Flipper-Folly' => '2.5.3', 'Flipper-RSocket' => '1.3.1'})
  1. change your package.json react-native dependency to:
"react-native": "0.64.1" // or higher
  1. do all the classic necessary cleans (node_modules, caches, pod folders, etc)(react-native-clean-project is your ally) then do yarn install and a pod install --repo-update (if pod install fails on an error about a Flipper package, just remove the relevant lines from the podfile.lock and run the pod install again)

These scenario have all been tested and so if you are still experiencing issues, it's likely that it's caused by some local configuration getting in the way. If that's the case, please refer to this comment by @smadan.


If none of the above helped you, and you can reproduce your issue consistently - even on a freshly init'd project, then post a comment below with how to repro so that this can be investigated further.

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@Dag0n Dag0n commented May 5, 2021

Debugger/DevTools is still not loading with these fixes in place.

info Opening flipper://null/Hermesdebuggerrn?device=React%20Native...
info Opening flipper://null/React?device=React%20Native...

appears in the terminal window but no windows open.
Device M1 Macbook Pro

    "react": "17.0.1",
    "react-native": "0.64.1",
  - Flipper (~> 0.75.1)
  - Flipper-Folly (~> 2.5.3)
  - Flipper-RSocket (1.3.1):

E: If anyone has any workaround that'd be good as idb facebook/idb#649 hasn't been updated to run on M1 and hermes is not supported on iOS simulator.

chrisbobbe added a commit to chrisbobbe/zulip-mobile that referenced this issue May 5, 2021
…2.5.

Following the outlined solution for projects using RN v0.63, in
facebook/react-native#31480.

The "properly clean your caches" step didn't seem to be necessary
for me, but possibly that's different between environments.

Done without looking for breaking changes (there could be a lot
between Flipper 0.54.0 and 0.75.1) because we don't use Flipper yet
(that's zulip#4255) and we don't have anything like a Flipper config file
for iOS.
chrisbobbe added a commit to chrisbobbe/zulip-mobile that referenced this issue May 5, 2021
…2.5.

Following the outlined solution for projects using RN v0.63, in
facebook/react-native#31480.

The "properly clean your caches" step didn't seem to be necessary
for me, but possibly that's different between environments.

Done without looking for breaking changes, beyond confirming that
the build succeeds on Xcode 12.5. There could be a lot of breaking
changes between Flipper 0.54.0 and 0.75.1 -- but we don't use
Flipper yet (that's zulip#4255) and we don't have anything like a Flipper
config file for iOS.
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@rbackhouse rbackhouse commented May 5, 2021

My experience with following the instructions for a 0.62.2 project did not match what I actually had to do

  1. My Podfile did not have a "use_flipper!" call but instead a "add_flipper_pods!" call.
  2. The add_flipper_pods def is embedded in the Podfile.

For it to work I had to

  1. Add require_relative '../node_modules/react-native/scripts/autolink-ios'

  2. Remove the whole "def add_flipper_pods!(versions = {})" block and "def flipper_post_install(installer)" block

  3. Change add_flipper_pods! to add_flipper_pods!('Flipper' => '0.75.1', 'Flipper-Folly' => '2.5.3', 'Flipper-RSocket' => '1.3.1')

With these change project now builds again.

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@mikehardy mikehardy commented May 5, 2021

Just a note for people running react-native builds on BitRise - it appears that BitRise restores caches as read-only by default and you need to delete the build cache after updating to 0.64.1 before the build will work, but then it will work repeatedly

That guess is based on this evidence

  • the build failed there during the pod post install hook, where the method signatures are patched to fix the build. The specific failure was an rb.sys_open failure with permission denied
  • knowing what the patch release was trying to do (edit files in the Pods directory in the post install hook), and guessing about the read-only restore hypothesis, the cache was deleted
  • rebuild then worked, and subsequent builds worked.

Hope this helps !

gnprice added a commit to chrisbobbe/zulip-mobile that referenced this issue May 6, 2021
…2.5.

Following the outlined solution for projects using RN v0.63, in
facebook/react-native#31480.

The "properly clean your caches" step didn't seem to be necessary
for me, but possibly that's different between environments.

Done without looking for breaking changes, beyond confirming that
the build succeeds on Xcode 12.5. There could be a lot of breaking
changes between Flipper 0.54.0 and 0.75.1 -- but we don't use
Flipper yet (that's zulip#4255) and we don't have anything like a Flipper
config file for iOS.
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@barbieri barbieri commented Sep 24, 2021

I just reported the following to Apple, TL;DR: it's a problem with /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/lib/swift-5.0/iphonesimulator/ libraries, they are compiled only for Intel architecture. The hack that matters is adding $(SDKROOT)/usr/lib/swift (/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/lib/swift-5.0/iphoneos) as those are compiled for arm64 (but this is WRONG).


Subject: XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/lib/swift-5.0/iphonesimulator is missing arm64 architecture
Version: Xcode 13.0

The default toolchain ships binaries compiled for i386 and x86_64, but not arm64 (used in M1), example:

$ cd /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/lib/swift-5.0/iphonesimulator/
$ file libswiftFoundation.dylib 
libswiftFoundation.dylib: Mach-O universal binary with 2 architectures: [i386:Mach-O dynamically linked shared library i386] [x86_64]
libswiftFoundation.dylib (for architecture i386):	Mach-O dynamically linked shared library i386
libswiftFoundation.dylib (for architecture x86_64):	Mach-O 64-bit dynamically linked shared library x86_64

However, other libraries are all right:

$ cd /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/lib/swift/iphonesimulator
$ file libswiftCompatibility50.a                                                                                 
libswiftCompatibility50.a: Mach-O universal binary with 3 architectures: [i386:current ar archive random library] [x86_64:current ar archive random library] [arm64:current ar archive random library]
libswiftCompatibility50.a (for architecture i386):	current ar archive random library
libswiftCompatibility50.a (for architecture x86_64):	current ar archive random library
libswiftCompatibility50.a (for architecture arm64):	current ar archive random library

These are causing major headaches for people using that in LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS, for instance react-native, CocoaPods and others will use that by default.

People are suggesting adding $(SDKROOT)/usr/lib/swift instead, since that's iphoneos (instead of iphonesimulator), it will work. Nonetheless the libraries above are compiled incorrectly and should be fixed, avoiding the manual work arounds (as most people are doing it wrong, like disabling the arm64 simulators on an arm64 device :-()

References:

barbieri referenced this issue Sep 24, 2021
Summary:
changelog: Fix Xcode 13 build error in HelloWorld template

Including `usr/lib/swift` fixes error:
{F642876047}

Reviewed By: p-sun

Differential Revision: D30301799

fbshipit-source-id: b93eb51ec5dd929ddc46574fc11bc89934eadeaf
barbieri referenced this issue Sep 24, 2021
Summary: changelog: Resolve Xcode 13 build error on M1 Macs for projects created from RN template

Reviewed By: fkgozali

Differential Revision: D30693466

fbshipit-source-id: f0b4fd471de38119d636c8e337831aa4d4599c4e
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@barbieri barbieri commented Sep 24, 2021

Investigating a bit more, with Xcode 13.0 the solution is very simple: just DELETE LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS (delete the line in Xcode -> Build Settings -> Search Paths). Make sure there is no entry in the project.pbxproj, not an empty space ( ⚠️ LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS = "" is wrong!)

Doing so I confirm it builds and run properly on M1 (Big Sur + Xcode 13.0), the build logs only reports this difference in linkage:

--- /Users/gustavo/Failed-cmd.txt	2021-09-24 18:41:47.000000000 -0300
+++ /Users/gustavo/Success-cmd.txt	2021-09-24 18:41:53.000000000 -0300
@@ -5,8 +5,6 @@
 /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneSimulator15.0.sdk
 -L/Users/gustavo/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/MyTestApp-adywuemosrmkypaqfiqbhjysjlbl/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator
 -L/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/lib/swift/iphonesimulator
--L/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/lib/swift-5.0/iphonesimulator
--L/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/XcodeDefault.xctoolchain/usr/lib/swift/iphonesimulator
 -L/Users/gustavo/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/MyTestApp-adywuemosrmkypaqfiqbhjysjlbl/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/CocoaAsyncSocket
 -L/Users/gustavo/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/MyTestApp-adywuemosrmkypaqfiqbhjysjlbl/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/DoubleConversion
 -L/Users/gustavo/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/MyTestApp-adywuemosrmkypaqfiqbhjysjlbl/Build/Products/Debug-iphonesimulator/FBReactNativeSpec

This was done with: npx react-native init MyTestApp.


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Screen Shot 2021-09-24 at 18 53 40

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@barbieri barbieri commented Sep 25, 2021

For the record, the libswiftFoundation and others will come from: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneSimulator15.0.sdk/usr/lib/swift/ that are actualy .tbd files, ex: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneSimulator15.0.sdk/usr/lib/swift/libswiftFoundation.tbd is:

--- !tapi-tbd
tbd-version:     4
targets:         [ i386-ios-simulator, x86_64-ios-simulator, arm64-ios-simulator ]
uuids:
  - target:          i386-ios-simulator
    value:           66C62527-5B7F-3CE1-A326-961611EBECE5
  - target:          x86_64-ios-simulator
    value:           E29F1DB4-510C-3860-9CAB-2D5B87D73C67
  - target:          arm64-ios-simulator
    value:           B021FBF2-7D37-315B-A1B9-6D85CD5D2CB1
install-name:    '/usr/lib/swift/libswiftFoundation.dylib'
current-version: 69
swift-abi-version: 7
exports:
  - targets:         [ i386-ios-simulator ]
    symbols:         [ '_$s10Foundation4DataV06InlineB0V5bytess5UInt8V_A5HtvM', '_$s10Foundation4DataV06InlineB0V5bytess5U
Int8V_A5Htvg', 
                       '_$s10Foundation4DataV06InlineB0V5bytess5UInt8V_A5HtvpMV', 
                       '_$s10Foundation4DataV06InlineB0V5bytess5UInt8V_A5Htvs', '_$s10Foundation4DataV11InlineSliceV5slice
Snys5Int16VGvM', 
                       '_$s10Foundation4DataV11InlineSliceV5sliceSnys5Int16VGvg', 
                       '_$s10Foundation4DataV11InlineSliceV5sliceSnys5Int16VGvpMV', 
                       '_$s10Foundation4DataV11InlineSliceV5sliceSnys5Int16VGvs', 
                       '_$sSo19NSMutableDictionaryC10FoundationEyypSgypcipMV', _swift_errorBridgingInfo_ ]
...

That is SDKROOT=/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneSimulator.platform/Developer/SDKs/iPhoneSimulator15.0.sdk, then using the $(SDKROOT) is ok, but if we could remove $(TOOLCHAIN_DIR)/usr/lib/swift-5.0/$(PLATFORM_NAME) it would be better (at least with newer Xcode).

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@Meno-101 Meno-101 commented Sep 26, 2021

Passing by and leaving what worked for me in a gist as an addition to this issue:
https://gist.github.com/Meno-101/62fe47157118a4fe7b50dae119506b1c

Hopping it will help someone, Specs I have:

{
    "react-native": "0.65.1",
    "xed": "13.0",
    "macos": "BigSur:11.6"
}

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@barbieri barbieri commented Sep 27, 2021

Another issue worth noting: the current

def exclude_architectures(installer)
projects = installer.aggregate_targets
.map{ |t| t.user_project }
.uniq{ |p| p.path }
.push(installer.pods_project)
arm_value = `/usr/sbin/sysctl -n hw.optional.arm64 2>&1`.to_i
# Hermes does not support `i386` architecture
excluded_archs_default = has_pod(installer, 'hermes-engine') ? "i386" : ""
projects.each do |project|
project.build_configurations.each do |config|
if arm_value == 1 then
config.build_settings["EXCLUDED_ARCHS[sdk=iphonesimulator*]"] = excluded_archs_default
else
config.build_settings["EXCLUDED_ARCHS[sdk=iphonesimulator*]"] = "arm64 " + excluded_archs_default
end
end
project.save()
end
end
will exclude arm64 if not running from m1, that means a team running on mixed hardware (intel x apple) will have project.pbxproj after pod install :-(

With the proper LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS (or actually lack of it being setting, using only $(inherit)) will work on both x86_64 and arm64. There is no need to exclude the architecture.

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@mikehardy mikehardy commented Sep 27, 2021

@barbieri is there a PR fpossible from your findings or does one already exist?

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@barbieri barbieri commented Sep 28, 2021

@barbieri is there a PR fpossible from your findings or does one already exist?

not yet, will submit and mark it here

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@mikehardy mikehardy commented Sep 28, 2021

@barbieri fabulous - I'm fairly happy with the current state of the workarounds put in place - as you mention they work (job #1!) but I'm excited to see it improved technically based on your findings. In particular the project.pbxproj file being updated between different architecture macs affects my projects and it seems like you've successfully found the root cause, something I didn't have the obj-c skills to figure out! Kudos

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@barbieri barbieri commented Sep 28, 2021

@mikehardy take a look at #32284 and see if that works for you, it did for me, but I don't have a huge test matrix.

While doing some testing I noticed that CocoaPods version plays a BIG role, using 1.11 will include CocoaPods/CocoaPods@6985cbf and with that we can remove the LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS, but older versions CANNOT. My fix works with CocoaPods-1.10.1 as per packages/rn-tester and also 1.11.2 tested in another project of mine.

I also recommend to use rbenv 2.7.4 installed WITHOUT ROSETTA2 and Gemfile.lock with PLATFORMS: ruby to avoid ping-pong with various architectures and macOS versions. Example:

Gemfile

source "https://rubygems.org"

ruby "2.7.4"

gem "cocoapods", "~> 1.11"

Gemfile.lock


GEM
  remote: https://rubygems.org/
  specs:

...

PLATFORMS
  ruby

DEPENDENCIES
  cocoapods (~> 1.11)

RUBY VERSION
   ruby 2.7.4p191

BUNDLED WITH
   2.2.28

chrisbobbe added a commit to chrisbobbe/zulip-mobile that referenced this issue Oct 1, 2021
Done with Xcode Version 13.0 (13A233).

I got two errors while trying to build:

  Undefined symbol: __swift_FORCE_LOAD_$_swiftDataDetection
  Undefined symbol: __swift_FORCE_LOAD_$_swiftFileProvider

The root cause is reportedly [1] a bug in Xcode. The line with
`swift-5.0` in LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS, removed in this commit, leads
to a "Mach-O universal binary" that mistakenly omits the arm64
architecture, which reportedly causes this compilation failure.

facebook/react-native@a1c445a, as yet unreleased, removes that
line from LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS in the template app. [2]

The other interesting line in LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS, the one with
just `swift`, doesn't have that bug.

But we go ahead and remove all of LIBRARY_SEARCH_PATHS, just because
that commit says it wants to.

They say they don't do that because it's supposedly not possible
without also upgrading to CocoaPods v1.11, which has
CocoaPods/CocoaPods@6985cbf. While RN figures out whether they can
or should require a minimum CocoaPods version, I notice that we seem
to have no trouble upgrading CocoaPods ourselves, so we might as
well.

[1] facebook/react-native#31480

[2] It also (with facebook/react-native@51bf557) marks a
    `react-native` script named
    __apply_Xcode_12_5_M1_post_install_workaround, from
    facebook/react-native@ac4ddec, as no longer needed. IOW, you
    don't have to call it from your Podfile anymore. But
    facebook/react-native@ac4ddec is also unreleased, so we've
    never had to worry about calling that script from our Podfile.
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@philippenunes philippenunes commented Oct 15, 2021

I'm having problems creating a new project. I'm using xcode 12.4 and RN 0.66.0

Anyone going through this that has a solution?

`** BUILD FAILED **

The following build commands failed:
CompileC /Users/nunes/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/myskills-adevwiplwjactsfyiotfadjdqjju/Build/Intermediates.noindex/Pods.build/Debug-iphonesimulator/RCT-Folly.build/Objects-normal/x86_64/SysUio.o /Users/nunes/Desenvolvimento/ProjetosPessoais/Cursos/Ignite/react-native/1_fundamentos/myskills/ios/Pods/RCT-Folly/folly/portability/SysUio.cpp normal x86_64 c++ com.apple.compilers.llvm.clang.1_0.compiler
(1 failure)`

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@mikehardy mikehardy commented Oct 15, 2021

@philippenunes that's not the error, that's the notice that there was an error, up above somewhere is the actual error. I'm not sure Xcode 12.4 will work with RN0.66? It should but that's untested by me at least. I've definitely tested and seen success with Xcode 12.5.1 and Xcode 13. npx react-native init TestProject --version 0.66.0 && cd TestProject && yarn ios should work...

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@philippenunes that's not the error, that's the notice that there was an error, up above somewhere is the actual error. I'm not sure Xcode 12.4 will work with RN0.66? It should but that's untested by me at least. I've definitely tested and seen success with Xcode 12.5.1 and Xcode 13. npx react-native init TestProject --version 0.66.0 && cd TestProject && yarn ios should work...

I had to downgrade RN to 0.63 and change Flipper to use_flipper!({'Flipper' => '0.75.1', 'Flipper-Folly' => '2.5.3', 'Flipper-RSocket' => '1.3.1'})
After many attempts it only worked like that.

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Arguments:
/usr/local/Cellar/node/14.8.0/bin/node /usr/local/bin/yarn install

PATH:
/Users/lzj/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.7.0/bin:/Users/lzj/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.7.0@global/bin:/Users/lzj/.rvm/rubies/ruby-2.7.0/bin:/Library/Java/JavaVirtualMachines/jdk-16.0.1.jdk/Contents/Home/bin:/Users/lzj/Library/Android/sdk/tools:/Users/lzj/Library/Android/sdk/platform-tools:/Users/lzj/Library/Android/sdk/ndk-bundle:/Users/lzj/Library/Android/sdk:/usr/local/bin:/usr/bin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/sbin:/Library/Apple/usr/bin:/Users/lzj/.rvm/bin:

Yarn version:
1.22.17

Node version:
14.8.0

Platform:
darwin x64

Trace:
Error: https://registry.npmmirror.com/node-notifier/download/node-notifier-5.4.5.tgz: incorrect data check
at Zlib.zlibOnError [as onerror] (zlib.js:180:17)

npm manifest:
{
"name": "react-native-baidu-map-zj",
"version": "1.4.3",
"description": "Baidu Map SDK modules and view for React Native(Android & IOS), support react native 0.57+. 百度地图 React Native 模块,支持 react native 0.57+,已更新到最新的百度地图SDK版本。",
"main": "index.js",
"scripts": {
"test": "echo "Error: no test specified" && exit 1"
},
"repository": {
"type": "git",
"url": "git+https://github.com/eafy/react-native-baidu-map-zj.git"
},
"keywords": [
"Baidu Map",
"React Native"
],
"author": "Eafy",
"license": "MIT",
"bugs": {
"url": "https://github.com/eafy/react-native-baidu-map-zj/issues"
},
"homepage": "https://github.com/eafy/react-native-baidu-map-zj#readme",
"devDependencies": {
"react": "16.13.1",
"react-native": "^0.63.2"
}
}

yarn manifest:
No manifest

Lockfile:
No lockfile

Error:
error An unexpected error occurred: "https://registry.yarnpkg.com/node-notifier/-/node-notifier-5.4.5.tgz: incorrect data check".
info If you think this is a bug, please open a bug report with the information provided in "/Users/lzj/Desktop/Git/react-native-baidu-map-zj/yarn-error.log".
info Visit https://yarnpkg.com/en/docs/cli/add for documentation about this command.

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