Tushar Saha01/25/2023, 9:12 AM
and importing the
build to an existing Xcode project but seems that Xcode doesn’t find
reference. Except editing the
in gradle.properties, I didn’t do any other configuration setup. Do I need the SPM setup from this page prior to run the
task? My team is trying to have a local setup to distribute the
with iOS without setting up the entire CI infra (one of the reason is we use Gitlab). Any help please? TIA 🙂
kpgalligan01/25/2023, 2:19 PM
, but TBH, it’s been a little while since we’ve done only local SPM dev. For KMMBridge, it’s in the context of a published binary, so there may be simpler ways to do it. We do have a fully local dev build for one of our client projects, but we’d need to sync up with them for a better answer.
Landry Norris01/25/2023, 3:02 PM
Tushar Saha01/25/2023, 3:47 PM
module). To go forward, I select the entire project so that Xcode can recognise the package.swift at the root (which has the local build path to xcframework written). Next, in Frameworks, Libraries, and embedded content option from the General tab, It doesn’t show the framework available meaning was not successfully imported to the project. Is there anything I’m missing?
Landry Norris01/25/2023, 3:48 PM
Tushar Saha01/25/2023, 4:17 PM
or something else to get the xframework build?
Landry Norris01/25/2023, 4:18 PM
kpgalligan01/25/2023, 4:19 PM
is specific to KMMBridge, so for sure you’d need to be using that for that task to show up. There’s also a flag to pass in so you only build the target you want. It’s a bit hacky, but it is the fastest dev turnaround you can do locally.
Landry Norris01/25/2023, 4:20 PM
kpgalligan01/25/2023, 4:20 PM