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I'm creating an iOS framework with Xcode6 and iOS8. When I link this with an iOS app and try running it on the device I get this error
dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/FrameworkName.framework/FrameworkName Referenced from: /private/var/mobile/Containers/Bundle/Application/0F2C2461-A68B-4ABA-A604-B88E6E9D1BB1/AppName.app/AppName Reason: image not found
The 'Runpath Search Paths' build setting for the framework is set by default to
I could not find any documentation related to this. This was something new introduced with Xcode6 and I would expect it to just work by simply including the framework into any app that needs it.
To make this work
In the framework project settings change the install directory from '/Library/Frameworks' to '@executable_path/../Frameworks'
In the project that includes this framework, add a copy files phase and copy this framework to the 'Frameworks' folder. Once you do this ensure that this framework is listed under the 'Embedded Binaries' section.
dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/Alamofire.framework/Alamofire on , dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/Alamofire.framework/Alamofire on my iPhone(iOS8) while debuging #101. Closed. imWildCat opened this @danielgindi thanks for help (I already followed readme file). But here is what solved my problem (if someone comes across this thread): if you have cert that is created before swift (b.s. :)) and you want to do in house distribution using swift code in app, you need to revoke cert. Revoke cert and check if it containts Organizational Unit in subject part (keychain assistant -> right click
Issue resolved using this answer. According to @vladof81:
In the target's General tab, there is an Embedded Binaries field. When you add the framework there the crash is resolved.
Reference is here on Apple Developer Forums.
dyld: Library not loaded: #rpath with iOS8, I'm creating an iOS framework with Xcode6 and iOS8. When I link this with an iOS app and try running it on the device I get this error dyld: Library not loaded: dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/libswiftAppKit.dylib #137. Closed anilkumarbp opened this issue Oct 7, 2015 · 8 comments Closed dyld
I was getting this error on a library installed through CocoaPods. Cleaning the build folder (
cmd + option + shift + k) and then doing a clean (
cmd + shift + k) was what ended up resolving this issue for me.
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Check if you can find framework in context under :
Build Phases > Embed Frameworks >
If not just add that framework in "Embed Frameworks" after adding that framework in your project directory's "Frameworks" section.
dyld: Library not loaded, framework within fram |Apple Developer , dyld: Library not loaded: /Alamofire.framework/Alamofire Referenced from: .wordpress.com/2015/03/04/cocoa-touch-frameworks-for-ios8-remix/ Its identifier should be @rpath-prefixed and MyApp.app should have have its 2015-01-31 ios frameworks ios8 xcode6 ฉันกำลังสร้างเฟรมเวิร์ก iOS ด้วย Xcode6 และ iOS8 เมื่อฉันเชื่อมโยงสิ่งนี้กับแอป iOS และลองเรียกใช้บนอุปกรณ์ฉันได้รับ
If you are using Carthage
carthage update on terminal
Go to Project Settings -> Build Phases -> Carthage Copy Frameworks
Add line in Inputs files:
Add this line to Output files:
iOS app with framework crashed on device, dyld: Library not loaded , ** Note:** Embedding custom frameworks is only supported in iOS > 8 and thus an alternative solution that works on older versions of iOS follows. For iOS less dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/libswiftCore.dylib 11510 Views 12 Replies. Latest reply on Dec 5, 2016 10:25 PM by TommonTang . Level 1 (0 points) bahmed Oct 3
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How to Fix iPhone and iPad App codesign Crashes using an Apple , dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath with iOS8. Saya membuat kerangka kerja iOS dengan Xcode6 dan iOS8. Ketika saya menautkan ini dengan aplikasi iOS dan Yes, I followed the setup instructions exactly. This is likely an Apple bug as a swift lib is not being found. A quick search on stackoverflow reveals numerous questions about this for other apps using a swift framework.
that you need to fix. The codesign process has changed since iOS 8. dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/libswiftCore.dylib Referenced from: dyld: Library not loaded: @rpath/Alamofire.framework/Alamofire on my iPhone(iOS8) while debuging #101 Closed imWildCat opened this issue Sep 15, 2014 · 58 comments
- You should be creating the framework as a target in the project to start with. Then it will "just work".
- @Matt, for our use we need to keep it as another project within the same workspace. Any tips on what to do in this scenario ?
- What I would do is this: make a new project and in that project make a new framework target. That builds and runs, so now I know what all the settings need to be for both the app target and the framework target. Now compare. :)
- Thank you for reporting back. I believe this will be of value to others...!
- Thnx, step 2 was enough for me.
- I had not looked under General -> Embedded Binaries. Adding it there fixed my issue too.
- Also check "Build Settings"->"Linking"->"Dynamic Library Install Name Base" is set to @rpath.
- @AdamMendoza I've done same as you mentioned in my framework but i think my problem is different, so can you answer this post if you've idea: stackoverflow.com/questions/50384137/…
- You really deserve a beer!
- This fix the issue
- This fixed it for me. Thanks!
- Same here! Thank you so much!
- However, this is not a good solution if you have Fat frameworks because embedding the x86 slice will cause your upload to the app store to fail. See stackoverflow.com/questions/30547283/…
- I cannot add framework in Build Phased -> dependences.