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Fixed bug 3837 - Change project settings for Xcode 9?
Mark Callow Xcode 9 emits a warning to validate project settings. The changes it proposes are 1. [iOS] Update the iOS deployment target to 8.0 since Xcode does not support anything older. 2. [macOS] Target 'Framework' - Automatically Select Archectures. 3. [iOS & macOS] Turns on a bunch more compile warnings, a *lot* more on iOS. 4. [iOS & macOS] Turn on "Missing Localizability". I want to confirm if it is ok to accept these changes and submit updated project files. Since Alex Szpakowski has just removed iOS 7 guard ifdef's, I'm guessing 1 isn't a problem. 2 is probably ok for anyone building themselves. I wonder if it may cause problems for building distribution binaries. 3 shouldn't be a problem either provided any newly emitted warnings are fixed. 4 I am unfamiliar with. The description says "This will turn on the static analyzer to check for "Missing Localizability", because this project is localized for multiple languages." I suppose this may cause new warnings.
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