• xxfast

    xxfast

    2 weeks ago
    You are missing the
    iosArm64()
    target
    xxfast
    lilypuchi
    +1
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    Giancarlo Buenaflor

    2 weeks ago
    is anybody else having trouble building their kmm projects through github actions right now? after they upgraded the runner from 2.296.0 to 2.296.1 my iosArm64 target returns a compilation error. I reran old workflows that were successful a month ago and they are also now failing
  • b

    Bohdan

    2 weeks ago
    Hi, I have an issue with pod on ios. I am using some analysis in shared code - and it works fine in code(I am able to use sdk for both platforms via expect/actual) - but when i try to build and test it for iOS i receive error. did anyone face some issue and knows how to fix it?
    b
    Landry Norris
    5 replies
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    clark

    2 weeks ago
    Been working on a simple project that I'd like to consume from JS. Didn't realize you would have to use all of the package name anytime you wanted to use part of the package. Is it possible to make the different classes and methods in the package importable from the root?
    c
    xxfast
    +1
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    PHondogo

    2 weeks ago
    Hello! Is it possible to exclude common dependency from target?
  • s

    Smorg

    2 weeks ago
    Hi, new to KMM. Wondering what the recommended approach to navigation is for a Android/iOS app target? Is there some kind of library that can be used to handle navigation on both platforms, or is it better to just handle navigation independently on each platform (since navigation is related to UI, and it's better to write UIs independently)?
    s
    Alejandro Rios
    +7
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    eygraber

    3 weeks ago
    Do custom test source sets need an explicit dependency on the main source set? Or is there some magic convention with the names that sets it up automatically? e.g. in the following example, is
    dependsOn(appleMain)
    necessary?
    with(sourceSets) {
      val appleMain = create("appleMain") {
        dependsOn(getByName("commonMain"))
      }
    
      create("appleTest") {
        dependsOn(appleMain)
        dependsOn(getByName("commonTest"))
      }
    }
    e
    Javier
    +4
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    zt

    2 weeks ago
    Is there a multiplatform library that wraps an API using ktor that I could look at?
    zt
    j
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  • n8ebel

    n8ebel

    2 weeks ago
    Is there any rhyme or reason to when inline classes are mapped to their underlying type in objective-c versus being mapped to id? For context, we’re trying to use an inline class as a non-null property in another DTO This line in the interop doc seems to suggest it’s at least sometimes possible to represent as the underlying type
    • inline classes (arguments are mapped as either underlying primitive type or
    id
    )
    However, any implementation I’ve tried seems to result in a type of
    id
    being exposed in the XCFramework
    n8ebel
    Paul Woitaschek
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  • Konstantin Tskhovrebov

    Konstantin Tskhovrebov

    2 weeks ago
    Evaluate expression feature is not supported yet for kotlin native debugger