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    aeralleb
    @aeralleb
    i have i uninstalled and reinstalled it
    so not sure why
    when i do pod update it says installed dependencies correctly
    it says Using PromiseKit (1.7.2)
    Using PromiseKit-AFNetworking (0.1.6)
    all i keep hearing is its a cocoapods issue please help!
    Thank you so much
    Andreas Marschke
    @andreas-marschke
    Hey guys! I'm pretty new to CocoaPods and XCode and iOS development. I have a setup in Octopodium with the existing dependencies and some additionals such as firebase. But for some reason it doesn't fine SDWebImages anymore in the Swift header
    Screen Shot 2018-01-30 at 14.20.25.png
    This is what it looks like as an exception
    费九林
    @FeiJiuLin
    Good morning everyone
    Tor Arne Vestbø
    @torarnv
    Good morning everyone! I'm trying to create a spec for a binary framework, 'foo', => :path /tmp/foo, and I've added spec.vendored_frameworks, which results in it showing up in OTHER_LDFLAGS, but the framework is not found. Shouldn't cocoapod add /tmp/foo to the framework search path?
    Tor Arne Vestbø
    @torarnv
    Ah, the spec had vendored_frameworks set to `../Foo.framework"
    apparently paths need to be on the same level of the spec :(
    Renato Marinho
    @renatomarinho
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    xYisusGx
    @xYisusGx
    ?
    Renato Marinho
    @renatomarinho
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    Sky
    @yihuan
    How do I import a class of a library installed by Pod?
    It says it cannot be found when I import it.
    Jerry Jian
    @JerryJian
    Hi, there! How to add additional sdks and custom build rules in podspec file? Thanks in advance.
    Marco Ordoñez
    @mordonez_me_twitter
    Hi guys
    I am trying to use cocoapods for desktop app and trying to include a library that has supprt for both ios and osx
    but when I compile it says it can't find "..Build/Products/Debug/<LIBRARY>"
    any ideas?
    it's not there
    obviously
    Renato Marinho
    @renato2marinho_twitter
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    qinbingchen
    @bingchenqin
    Hi,guys. I puzzle about what`s the difference among scheme and target and configeration in xcode project . Is there article explain them clearly?
    Mac Rong
    @rongtian
    Jonathan Leonard
    @johanatan
    Is doing a 'pod init' inside a directory created via 'pod lib create ...' a supported scenario? It doesn't seem to have worked for me but otherwise how would one specify upstream dependencies of the pod they're in the process of creating?
    Thomas Havlik
    @thavlik
    Is there a solution for this header file not found problem that's been around since 2015 with no solutions? stephencelis/SQLite.swift#505
    It appears setting header_dir on a pod with a dependency to SQLite.swift completely screws the the header search paths for the pod lib lint project
    I have a dummy test podspec with a single swift file as a source. I have SQLite.swift as a dependency. When I lint that with --no-clean, in the project dir, Pods/Headers is empty. There are also no errors. When I include a private pod of mine that specifies s.header_dir (as per the docs), Pods/Headers is populated with a nonsensical flat structure of headers from all the dependencies, including SQLite.swift, and the header search paths are set to these directories (Pods/Headers/...) instead of what it should be, which appears to be "${PODS_CONFIGURATION_BUILD_DIR}/SQLite.swift/SQLite.framework/Headers"
    The dependency I am adding with SQLite.swift is two static libs bundled together into a pod. I lint with --use-modular-headers and --use-libraries
    Thomas Havlik
    @thavlik
    Yeah this is related to --use-modular-headers and --use-libraries
    which I need to use for my private pod...
    Thomas Havlik
    @thavlik
    If I don't pass --use-libraries then I get target has transitive dependencies that include static binaries:
    target has transitive dependencies that include static binaries:
    This is a commercial, proprietary binary that I need to link with and have no hope of recompiling it from source to work with dynamic linking
    Thomas Havlik
    @thavlik
    This is a huge problem with the current build system CocoaPods/CocoaPods#7234
    I have found many threads like that, often marked as closed with no solution or the accepted solution is to hack the Podfile, which doesn't apply to podspec authoring
    it appears I need static_framework on both pods
    piyushxbajaj
    @piyushxbajaj
    kk
    Nima
    @karvar
    Has anyone tried to add a custom framework to a CocoaPod? I'm building by binaries with gomobile so I have a framework. But I do not know how to add a custom built framework to a CocoaPod. I tried to add it to vendored_framework or added the header files to the source_files
    Andrew Clunis
    @orospakr
    Hi! I have a question: if I use spec.swift_versions in my Podspec (which is 1.7 functionality), and publish the pod with using pod 1.7 beta, will Cocoapods 1.6 clients encounter difficulty using the published pod?
    naturally this is a bit tricky to test, because to do so would actually involve publishing a potentially bum version of my pod, which is not ideal.
    strengthen
    @strengthen
    Summary of all LeetCodes:Fork me on GitHub
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    Sri Harsha
    @Harsha509
    Hi There, can anyone let me know what kind of xcode project it is https://github.com/facebookarchive/WebDriverAgent
    PhoeCry
    @naynaingaung
    Hi