kandi X-RAY | CocoaPods Summary
kandi X-RAY | CocoaPods Summary
CocoaPods manages dependencies for your Xcode projects. You specify the dependencies for your project in a simple text file: your Podfile. CocoaPods recursively resolves dependencies between libraries, fetches source code for all dependencies, and creates and maintains an Xcode workspace to build your project. The latest released Xcode versions and the prior version are supported. Installing and updating CocoaPods is very easy. Don't miss the Installation guide and the Getting Started guide.
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- raise an error message
- Creates a Podfile from Podfile .
- Performs analysis with the specified specification .
- Generate the targets for the specified user .
- Returns a list of all targets in the given target .
- Lazy load yaml file
- Run the command
- Creates a repo
- Sets up the pod cache
- Returns the fixture of the fixture .
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Trending Discussions on CocoaPods
My flutter app run well, but when I try to upload the app to App Store by archive it:
Xcode -> Product -> Archive
it failed and get two errors First one in flutter_inappwebview with following error message:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-22 at 07:22
Downgrading Xcode from 13.3 to 13.2.1 solved my problems.
I have created an app using React Native and am trying to create an iOS app store build through Expo's eas-cli.
eas build --platform ios the
Fastlane build failed with unknown error
After checking the "Run Fastlane" section in the Expo build log, multiple errors are shown:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-06 at 06:11
There are a number of things to look into.
If you are running Expo in the SDK then no need for cocoa pods just the most up-to-date version of the CLI tool.
expo --version to determine what version you are currently working with. Update if needed.
Adding a profile might be useful too. Along with checking your config. Configuring EAS Build with eas.json
eas build --platform ios --profile distribution
Also, be sure that all the apple certificates are active and connected to your Expo account for that project.
My app archive perfectly two weeks age (was the latest update I made).
After some minor changes in the flutter code (I did not add any packages or something), I am trying to archive again and I am getting some estrange errors and I have no clue where are coming from (those are from libraries, so no real changes on it). I am able to run it on the emulator and also I am able to build without any problem. I just can not archive.
This is the error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-20 at 09:40
This is an issue that occurs in version 13.3 of Xcode. In Xcode 13.3, if you have a code that uses UI_USER_INTERFACE_IDIOM(), you will get an "Out of Memory" error when you run Archive. Changing "UI_USER_INTERFACE_IDIOM()" to "UIDevice.current.userInterfaceIdiom" resolves the error.
Currently, we have the following solutions.
- Modify the code,
- Downgrade to Xcode 13.2.1
- Wait for Apple to modify Xcode
How to fix this error. I have created simple project with latest version and when try to build the project via
Xcode it generate error?
Output of npx
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-27 at 07:55
You could create that into the library source or you could avoid it and use the same UIColor option just above it.
I removed: ( [RCTConvert UIColor:options.cancelButtonTintColor() ? @( options.cancelButtonTintColor()) : nil];* ) and replace it with: ( *[RCTConvert UIColor:options.tintColor() ? @(options.tintColor()) : nil]; )
my line now looks like:
Cocoapods a lot, but recently whenever I was updating the pods (
pod update), it started duplicating files and often didn't let me create a build for the App Store.
I updated Cocoapods to the last version possible but still didn't solve that. Then I tried to remove and re-install it.
Now is occurring another issue. When I try to run
pod install on any project, pods are not getting installed like previously, but is showing this error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-03 at 17:56
The error message says there's a permission issue:
Permission bits for '/Users/myUser/.netrc' should be 0600, but are 644
So in order to fix the permission, you should do this:
Hi am facing an issue while running flutter project in MacBook Air M1 chip Lap. Tried all possibilities couldn't find where is the exact problem.
All basic solutions like
flutter clean, flutter pub get, pod deintegrate & install, flutter build ios, flutter run but still same issue. only on iOS simulator not deploying.
Any solution for this. Thanks in advance.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 04:43
I have been facing this same issue for some time now. the same setup is working nicely in a mac with intel chip. But i have even done a resetup of my system, m1 mac still throws the same error.
Could the problem be that Android Studio can't find the path to CocoaPods?
I'm trying to test my app on my iPhone from Android Studio. The error I get is...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-31 at 17:27
A response on IssueTracker says
This problem is present with Android Studio Bumblebee on Mac. Launching flutter from the IDE causes this issue where it can't find the Cocoapods path.
Forced to run flutter from terminal for it to work.
Here's how run your project from the CLI on the iOS simulator.
cd into your project directory and run:
I am getting the below error in fresh react-native installation and when trying to do pod install....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-10 at 11:01
If You don't use M1 based computer to build, You can comment "__apply_Xcode_12_5_M1_post_install_workaround(installer)" line in Your Podfile.
13: from /usr/local/bin/pod:23:in `' 12: from /usr/local/bin/pod:23:in `load' 11: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/cocoapods-1.11.0.beta.2/bin/pod:55:in `' 10: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/cocoapods-1.11.0.beta.2/lib/cocoapods/command.rb:52:in `run' 9: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/claide-1.0.3/lib/claide/command.rb:324:in `run' 8: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/claide-1.0.3/lib/claide/command.rb:337:in `rescue in run' 7: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/claide-1.0.3/lib/claide/command.rb:396:in `handle_exception' 6: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/cocoapods-1.11.0.beta.2/lib/cocoapods/command.rb:66:in `report_error' 5: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/cocoapods-1.11.0.beta.2/lib/cocoapods/user_interface/error_report.rb:30:in `report' 4: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/cocoapods-1.11.0.beta.2/lib/cocoapods/user_interface/error_report.rb:105:in `markdown_podfile' 3: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/cocoapods-1.11.0.beta.2/lib/cocoapods/config.rb:226:in `podfile_path' 2: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/cocoapods-1.11.0.beta.2/lib/cocoapods/config.rb:166:in `installation_root' 1: from /Library/Ruby/Gems/2.6.0/gems/cocoapods-1.11.0.beta.2/lib/cocoapods/config.rb:166:in `unicode_normalize' /System/Library/Frameworks/Ruby.framework/Versions/2.6/usr/lib/ruby/2.6.0/unicode_normalize/normalize.rb:141:in `normalize': Unicode Normalization not appropriate for ASCII-8BIT (Encoding::CompatibilityError)
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-07 at 18:03
I fixed it doing this:
I uninstalled completely cocoapods (my version was 1.11.0)
gem list --local | grep cocoapods
cocoapods-core (1.11.0) cocoapods-deintegrate (1.0.5) cocoapods-downloader (1.5.0) cocoapods-plugins (1.0.0) cocoapods-search (1.0.1) cocoapods-trunk (1.6.0) cocoapods-try (1.2.0)
sudo gem uninstall cocoapods
sudo gem uninstall cocoapods-core
sudo gem uninstall cocoapods-deintegrate
sudo gem uninstall cocoapods-downloader
sudo gem uninstall cocoapods-plugins
sudo gem uninstall cocoapods-search
sudo gem uninstall cocoapods-trunk
sudo gem uninstall cocoapods-try
Then i installed cocoapods version 1.10.1 (you can try with more versions under 1.11.0 if you need)
sudo gem install cocoapods -v 1.10.1
As mentioned in my question title, I'm trying to run
pod install following an update to React Native 0.66, and I keep getting the following error:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-20 at 14:40
I recently encountered a similar issue with boost after updating react native. After the panic wore off, and some good coffee, I was able to resolve by doing the following:
- Open the
/ios/.xcworkspacefile in Xcode.
- Raise the iOS Deployment Target (in my case I only bumped to 10).
- Product > Clean Build Folder, then Product > Run.
- Locate the boost error in the issue navigator and identify which pod the error is listed under (in my case it was RNReanimated).
- Update the node package related to the pod (in my case,
npm update react-native-reanimated
- Finally, run
After performing those steps, I was able to get my project up and running again.
No vulnerabilities reported
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