• Paul Woitaschek

    Paul Woitaschek

    7 months ago
    This the following statement correct? HMPP does not have any affect on the created frameworks and can be turned off when testing on the CI server and when publishing only jvm + android libraries to maven
    Paul Woitaschek
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  • Alen Kirm

    Alen Kirm

    7 months ago
    Hey KMM Community! Not sure if this is a bug, but looks like
    baseName
    property is ignored, when running
    module:assembleXCFramework
    Gradle task. Output XCFramework is named by the module itself (shared.XCFramework) and the same applies to fat-frameworks. Is this known issue, or am I missing the purpose of
    baseName
    property ? Thanks.
    Alen Kirm
    Paul Woitaschek
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  • gbaldeck

    gbaldeck

    7 months ago
    Im looking at the documentation for setting up multiple targets in Gradle. For example JS browser and JS node. How do I go about applying those to specific source sets? I dont see anything in the documentation on that.
    gbaldeck
    michaelv
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    Igor Milakovic

    7 months ago
    Anyone else getting thousands of warnings (on iOS) after integrating Ktor 1.6.7?
    warning: (x86_64)  could not find object file symbol for symbol _kfun:io.ktor.utils.io.ByteChannelSequentialBase#<get-readByteOrder>(){}io.ktor.utils.io.core.ByteOrder
    warning: (x86_64)  could not find object file symbol for symbol _kfun:io.ktor.utils.io.ByteChannelSequentialBase#<set-readByteOrder>(io.ktor.utils.io.core.ByteOrder){}
    warning: (x86_64)  could not find object file symbol for symbol _kfun:io.ktor.utils.io.ByteChannelSequentialBase#<get-writeByteOrder>(){}io.ktor.utils.io.core.ByteOrder
    warning: (x86_64)  could not find object file symbol for symbol _kfun:io.ktor.utils.io.ByteChannelSequentialBase#<set-writeByteOrder>(io.ktor.utils.io.core.ByteOrder){}
    Literally, 5100+ warnings similar to the above ^ Thanks!
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    Landry Norris
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    Bohdan

    7 months ago
    Hi all. I have a question about sqldelight on iOS side. I can add, store and display data on UI on both(Android and iOS) platforms. But it is more convenient (especially if you have more than 20 tables) to open a database file on any sqlite tool - to test queries, compare some data, visually see data etc. It’s quite easy to get and open db file from Android. I aslo would like to do same with file from ios. As i understood on ios it is generated 3 files : appDb-wal appDb-shm appDb I am able to find and get these files on emulator. While adding new rows only “appDb-wal” size changed - so my guess that data are stored in this file )) My issue that i couldn’t open this file - its requires password as db encrypted . How can i open it? or where i could find this password ? What I am doing wrong ? I am mostly working with android and don’t have much experience with iOS. Thanks in advance.
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    kpgalligan
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    darkmoon_uk

    7 months ago
    Just want to validate a general finding here; but is Kotlin Multiplatform (not just KMM) being intentionally better supported in Android Studio than it is IntelliJ, right now? Asking because I do switch between AS and IntelliJ a bit on this project (using some logic in Gradle script that picks the correct plugin) and IntelliJ - ironically - has problems resolving Java classes from JVM targets, while Android Studio works fine! Seem unable to get the best of both worlds - IntelliJ has the strength that I can run multiple debug sessions (client+server) while AS will only run one at a time...
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    Jonas Frid

    7 months ago
    json dates with the offset format (2022-02-02T08:00:00+00:00) can’t be deserialized to kotlinx.datetime.LocalDateTime. Any suggestions how I can manage this? KMM does not include OffsetDateTime.
    j
    j
    +1
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    Gillian Buijs

    7 months ago
    I have a simple class Service in commonMain which I can instantiate and use in an Android/Kotlin submodule. When I try to do the same in Swift I get this error: "ios/Runner/AppDelegate.swift:28:21: error: 'init()' is unavailable" and also: "common.Serivce:13:24: note: 'init()' has been explicitly marked unavailable here public convenience init()". I'm a total Swift noob and pretty clueless what's happening. Help? 😅
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    Grégory Lureau
    +3
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    rohith

    7 months ago
    Hi 👋 I’m looking to use BitSet (kotlin.native.BitSet) in my common code. However, Android Studio doesn’t seem to find that package. I was under the impression that it’s included in the stdlib. Do I need to include that dependency explicitly?
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    m
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    Jeanne De ArcRuler

    7 months ago
    how do I give bluetooth access for MacOS version of desktop compose? is there any recommended libraries for this
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    louiscad
    7 replies
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