Michael Wildermuth Michael Wildermuth - 3 months ago 75
Swift Question

Parse PFSubclassing not working with Swift

I have copied the Parse Swift example for Subclassing:

class Armor : PFObject, PFSubclassing {

override class func load() {
self.registerSubclass()
}
class func parseClassName() -> String! {
return "Armor"
}
}


I get the following errors:

/Parse/Armor.swift:11:1: error: type 'Armor' does not conform to protocol 'PFSubclassing'
class Armor : PFObject, PFSubclassing {
^
__ObjC.PFSubclassing:15:28: note: protocol requires function 'object()' with type '() -> Self!'
@objc(object) class func object() -> Self!
^
__ObjC.PFSubclassing:23:52: note: protocol requires function 'objectWithoutDataWithObjectId' with type '(String!) -> Self!'
@objc(objectWithoutDataWithObjectId:) class func objectWithoutDataWithObjectId(objectId: String!) -> Self!
^
__ObjC.PFSubclassing:30:27: note: protocol requires function 'query()' with type '() -> PFQuery!'
@objc(query) class func query() -> PFQuery!
^
__ObjC.PFSubclassing:35:38: note: protocol requires function 'registerSubclass()' with type '() -> Void'
@objc(registerSubclass) class func registerSubclass()
^
/Parse/Armor.swift:14:9: error: 'Armor.Type' does not have a member named 'registerSubclass'
self.registerSubclass()
^ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


I saw this answer: http://stackoverflow.com/a/24899411/843151 and tried that solution with no luck, I get the same errors.

Any suggestions of why this is happening? Thanks in advance.

Answer

I needed to import the parse PFObject+Subclass.h in my Objective-C bridging header

#import <Parse/PFObject+Subclass.h>
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