Hoodai Hoodai - 2 years ago 310
iOS Question

'NSInvalidArgumentException', reason: '-[__NSCFString _isDecompressing]: unrecognized selector

I have this error going on in Xcode:

Terminating app due to uncaught exception 'NSInvalidArgumentException', reason: '-[__NSCFString _isDecompressing]: unrecognized selector sent to instance 0x71863b0'

I have quite a bit of code and classes so I don't know what would need to be posted to start looking at this issue. If someone could give me some direction on how to start fixing this, it would be much appreciated. p.s. if there is anything else that needs to be posted tell me and I'll edit.

Answer Source

When you have unrecognized selector send to instance error, you have to check if you declared and implemented the method that is pointed out by the error, in your case _isDecompressing. If everything is ok on your class (the method is declared and implemented) then have a look at the class type that is calling the method, in your case NSString most of the time the class is wrong.

So in order to point out your problem, you are trying to call a method _isDecompressing on NSString which doesn't exist. So make sure every object that calls this method is of your desired type and not NSString

A good way to find the line that is causing the crash is to enable exceptions breackpoints.

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