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    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
    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
    Good morning everyone
    Tor Arne Vestbø
    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
    Ah, the spec had vendored_frameworks set to `../Foo.framework"
    apparently paths need to be on the same level of the spec :(
    Renato Marinho
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    Renato Marinho
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    How do I import a class of a library installed by Pod?
    It says it cannot be found when I import it.
    Jerry Jian
    Hi, there! How to add additional sdks and custom build rules in podspec file? Thanks in advance.
    Marco Ordoñez
    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
    Renato Marinho
    Hey guys, I'm GitScrum founder. I want to invite group members to get to know GitScrum. Site: https://site.gitscrum.com/
    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
    Jonathan Leonard
    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
    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
    Yeah this is related to --use-modular-headers and --use-libraries
    which I need to use for my private pod...
    Thomas Havlik
    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
    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
    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
    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.
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    Sri Harsha
    Hi There, can anyone let me know what kind of xcode project it is https://github.com/facebookarchive/WebDriverAgent
    Chet Casper
    Chet Casper
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