Bram  Vanbilsen Bram Vanbilsen - 2 months ago 22
Swift Question

Can't import dependency installed with Cocoapods

I've installed FBSDK with Cocoapods but can't import it in my AppDelegate.swift file for some reason. The FBSDK kit appears in my Xcode project so I feel like it should be working.
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I'm not an iOS developer by any means, I'm just trying to write a simple native plugin for Flutter SDK. Anyone an idea?

--Here is what the pod file looks like--

# Uncomment this line to define a global platform for your project
# platform :ios, '9.0'

abort('Please set FLUTTER_FRAMEWORK_DIR to the directory containing Flutter.framework')

target 'Runner' do

# Pods for Runner
pod 'FBSDKCoreKit'
pod 'FBSDKLoginKit'
pod 'FBSDKShareKit'

# Flutter Pods
pod 'Flutter', :path => ENV['FLUTTER_FRAMEWORK_DIR']

if File.exists? '../.flutter-plugins'
flutter_root = File.expand_path('..')
File.foreach('../.flutter-plugins') { |line|
plugin = line.split(pattern='=')
if plugin.length == 2
name = plugin[0].strip()
path = plugin[1].strip()
resolved_path = File.expand_path("#{path}/ios", flutter_root)
pod name, :path => resolved_path
puts "Invalid plugin specification: #{line}"

post_install do |installer|
installer.pods_project.targets.each do |target|
target.build_configurations.each do |config|
config.build_settings['ENABLE_BITCODE'] = 'NO'


I''m getting the following error atm:
FBSDKCoreKit.framework: No such file or directory
.When I open the Frameworks folder in xCode, all file names are in red:
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But that exact folder in Finder is empty. So I guess that's why the error is showing. The question is how to fix this...

This is what my
embedded binaries
linked frameworks and libraries
look like in the project:
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Answer Source
  1. Select your Project Target
  2. Go to Build Settings.
  3. Search for Header Search Paths.
  4. Add this value $(SRCROOT)/Pods with recursive, then Xcode will resolve the path for you.

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