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    Miroslav Kacera

    1 month ago
    Hi, sorry if this was asked before but couldn't find anything useful so far. I'm starting with KMM and following official tutorial on kotlinlang page to create first cross-platform app. In general I got it working but there were some bumps along the road and one I can't resolve. I'm not able to run iOS build from Android Studio. It says
    "Selected scheme "iosApp" does not support "iphonesimulator".
    There is a ticket for the exact same issue but it's resolved as answered with link to SO solution which is not working in general. Some people say it worked for them some it didn't. I'm using apple silicon which I suspect is responsible for most of the issues while following the tutorial.
    kdoctor
    doesn't highlight anything specific to Android Studio there is only one failure related to
    cocoapods-generate
    which shouldn't be a problem and is most probably because brew install location on apple silicone. Anybody encountered this or have an ideas how to solve this? Btw running the app from xcode works so it's just the tooling (AS plugin?)
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    Sebastian Sellmair [JB]

    1 week ago
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    rocketraman

    1 week ago
    Are there any tricks to getting Previews to work in XCode (13.2.1) with a Kotlin shared lib? All I see is "Command CompileSwiftSources failed with a nonzero exit code" with no root cause as far as I can tell.
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    xxfast

    2 weeks ago
    Love the idea of online meetups. We should definitely keep this going 🙌
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    Sebastian Sellmair [JB]
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    epool

    1 week ago
    hi! could somebody help me with this? thanks in advance!
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    rrg

    2 weeks ago
    Hello all, we're looking into moving to the KMM framework as a base for our Android and iOS apps and am tasked with investigating what the storage options are that work in the KMM framework for both Android and iOS. It looks like SQLDelight is a popular option, are there any others? Is there a comparison or review available somewhere of these options and pros and cons etc?
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    John O'Reilly
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    atsushieno

    1 year ago
    How can my app code access to the files added as
    src/commonMain/resources
    from native executable built as
    binaries.executable()
    ?
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    xxfast

    1 week ago
    Docs say
    To avoid duplicate publications of modules that can be built on several platforms (like JVM and JS), configure the publishing tasks for these modules to run conditionally.
    What are the repercussions if we don't do this? i.e. running
    publishAllPublicationsToMavenRepository
    from each build on each target platform?
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    Slackbot

    1 week ago
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    Damiano Giusti

    1 week ago
    the main idea is to have a feature module written in kotlin multiplatform which also manages data persistence, and I need to encrypt the database. Such module will be used both on Android and iOS