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Willard, Lin
@willard1218
for example, the data was [{“x”:”02:00”, “y": “50”}, {“x”:”02:10”, “y": “40”}, [{“x”:”02:30”, “y": “70”}]
in this case, i want to show 1 line between x = “02:00” and x = “02:10"
and there is no line between x = “02:10” and x = “02:30"
because doent have data which is x = “02:20”
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
We don’t support that use case. The data has to be continuous.
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
Hi Everybody \o/
I'm bug fixing in a project with iOS 7 - 10 in Xcode 7. What's the version I have set in Charts ?
I need download by podfile again because of lose it.
Xuan
@liuxuan30
check release page for xcode 7
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
I've updated my project for running in Xcode 9, but my project is in Objective C and gives support for iOS 7. When I do download Charts 2.1.6 , It gives me error in when I run my project because of Swift 2 in Xcode 9. Anybody help me please ?
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
I don’t think Xcode 9 supports swift 2.
Only 3 and 4
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
What do I have to do ?
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
You’re probably gonna have to update charts to a version that supports Xcode 9.
The last couple versions of 3.0 support it.
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
Is Charts version 3.0 running in iOS 7 ??? . I have to support iOS 7
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
It isn't . I saw in github
iOS >= 8.0 (Use as an Embedded Framework)
I don't know what I do and how to do now.
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
We never supported iOS 7 as an embedded framework since it isn’t possible. If you support iOS 7 now you have copied the source to your project no?
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
No, I use Charts 2.1.6
I used Charts 2.1.6 in Xcode 7 ... There was update for Xcode 8 and we continue with Charts 2.1.6 , but with update Xcode9, Charts 2.1.6 doesn't accept Swift 2 and Charts doesn't have code with Swift 3 or above with support iOS 7 . I will try Charts Demo :)
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
We don’t say we support iOS 7 because iOS 7 doesn’t support embedded frameworks. That has always been the case. Even with charts 2, to support iOS 7 you had to include the source in your project.
iOS 7 is barely used anymore you should be fine to bump it to 8
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
I want it , I want support iOS 8 + . This is marketing and business's decision at company.
I fought about it .. They say about WhatsApp, Facebook and others apps those give support for iOS 7 and why not us ?
So Thanks . Thanks very much...
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
Pierre-Marc . I got it !
I downloaded Charts 3.0.4 and I changed the target for iOS 7 and Puumm , Its working .... I builded and Deployed my project for TestFlight with Charts. \o/
Those were my solutions for using Charts in Xcode 9 and supported iOS 7 :)
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
It’s not hard but it caused a lot of people opening issues so we just say we require ios 8. Embedded frameworks are easier to work with.
Dmitry Tumanov
@dtumanov
hi everyone, I'm stuck... when I write "import Charts" it can't fine the module
I had dragged the project file into my existing project, added the Embedded Library
running latest Xcode
I am using the latest Master for Charts
Dmitry Tumanov
@dtumanov
@kane__punter_twitter Have you been able to import? If yes, how?
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
You can look at how the demo project is setup it is setup using the project file like you mentioned.
Dmitry Tumanov
@dtumanov
@petester42 I've done this a number of times. If I create a new Swift project and then add the Charts - everything works well. But if I try to follow the same steps by adding it to my existing projects, the import does not see the module.
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
Is it a swift or objc project?
Dmitry Tumanov
@dtumanov
it started of as objc project, now 99% of code is Swift
I am trying to include it into a Swift code
is there a setting I need to flip?
Dmitry Tumanov
@dtumanov
I've even removed my bridge header and deleted the rest of the objective-c files, still the same issue
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
I really have no idea sorry. Start a new project and add all you files again. There must be a setting but I don’t know it.
Not really related to our library though.
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
My project is
My project is being rejected because of bitcode enabled by apple, what do I do?
I’ve done bitecode true/false and Apple Reject my app :worried:
When I will get to work tomorrow I will print the screen for us :+1:
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
I was already forgetting to mention that the bitecode error in the Charts: /
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
The error is because it has it on or off?
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
The both
Pierre-Marc Airoldi
@petester42
If you find out why pull requests are welcome. Seems weird though that both don’t work.
Marcos Felipe Souza Pinto
@MarcosJava
Termination Description: DYLD, Library not loaded: @rpath/libswiftCore.dylib | Referenced from: /private/var/containers/Bundle/Application/C24E4B0D-0FF7-47C4-A84C-2DFAE383D481/São Bernardo.app/Frameworks/Charts.framework/Charts | Reason: image not found
Apple sent it above to me=]