Nico Nico - 1 year ago 137
Swift Question

Use of unresolved identifier NSCalendarUnitDay

I just updated Xcode to its 6.3 version.

Except all the fixes I have to make regarding

(mainly), I have some warnings that just appeared (which is weird as it states it is since iOS 8.0).

My code

NSCalendar.currentCalendar().compareDate(self, toDate: date, toUnitGranularity: .DayCalendarUnit) == .OrderedAscending

is now shows a warning

'DayCalendarUnit' was deprecated in iOS version 8.0: Use NSCalendarUnitDay instead

Fine, then I'll change

Now I get an error saying:

Use of unresolved identifier 'NSCalendarUnitDay'

I'm confuse, can someone explain me what's wrong and how to fix it?

Answer Source

Use .CalendarUnitDay. NSCalendar is a native Objective-C framework and the error messages aren't for swift.

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