Short story: Xcode 10 is set to Swift 4, but it is using Swift 4.2.Long story: Our project is not ready for Swift 4.2, since our dependent frameworks are not Swift 4.2, yet. But, I would like to, at least, use Xcode 10.
After migrating to Swift 4.2, I am getting multiple errors, one of which is weird. It seems like a bug in XCode 10, but is there a workaround available?
App is already submitted to App Store from xcode-9 and now I have to update new version.But now xcode is updated i.e.xcode 10.During Validating it shows 'Apps must contain a provisioning profile in a file named embedded.mobileprovision..' .App is working fine on simulator
I got the recently discussed "Xcode 10 Error: Multiple commands produce..." error, but for the resulting app and appex file of my project. Does anyone have an idea what this means. My project has one app and two extensions (only one is part of the error).
Good afternoon,After updating to the latest version of Xcode at the moment (version 10.0) the project is unable to build because it found some errors regarding some "Command CompileSwift failed with a nonzero exit code" error.
I'm trying to compile my project, which has both Firebase, Crashlytics/Fabric, and a bunch of other stuff, with Xcode 10 beta 5. It fails during linking with these errors:
Apple announced a new Dark Mode for Xcode 10. I've downloaded the beta but now I can't find any option to turn it on. I'm currently still on macOS 10.13 High Sierra.
I download the newest Xcode from Apple, but I found I cannot search the library named "libstdc++6.0.9".
Using Swift 4.2 with Xcode 10 beta, if I write:Then I get a fatal error at compile time:I found a workaround for Xcode 10 beta. Just include this somewhere in your project:
running the code in Xcode9 works, but results in an error in Xcode10.This issue might occur just because of multiple Plist files within App-