Bryan Bryan - 1 year ago 105
Swift Question

Xcode 8 Beta 3 Use Legacy Swift issue

I have an Objective-C project in Xcode 8 Beta 3. Since updating, whenever I try to build I receive the following error:

“Use Legacy Swift Language Version” (SWIFT_VERSION) is required to be configured correctly for targets which use Swift. Use the [Edit > Convert > To Current Swift Syntax…] menu to choose a Swift version or use the Build Settings editor to configure the build setting directly.

Has anyone encountered this? Since it's an Objective-C project there's no build setting to configure Swift. I have also made sure none of the project dependencies or CocoaPods are using Swift. The only solution I have is to use Beta 2. Any ideas how I might fix this issue?

I should also mention I'm running OSX 10.12 Beta 2.

Answer Source

I have been ignoring this problem for a while now and just working on other stuff in the meantime - I finally found the solution to my problem.

Since my project is Objective-C I figured maybe one of the Pods I am using was using Swift, I checked each Pod and none of them were.

The final solution was that my Core Data model was set to generate code in Swift even though I have been manually generating them in the File > New > NSManagedObjectSubclass menu. All I had to do was switch it to Objective-C.


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