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Duplicate symbols for architecture arm64 in xCode for Google VR project created with Unity
GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Have a question about this project? Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. There are no other 3rd party plugins apart from Facebook. Unity 5. I'm having the same issue. Unity Don't forget. Just temporary file. The temporary file worked guys! For those who may want more details about how I did it, you can refer to my notes below!
Unity version: NatashaKSS thanks for the detailed instructions, I was able to solve it as well using version elipse lyon 1 Unity I did not use Facebook Audience Network. If you change this as below, I think there is a possibility that it will work. I have not tested it, but I hope you will share the test results.
If your test results are successful, the project was not tested enough. I can not help about runtime issue. You can't build at all on unity for iOS! Do they even test it? Facebook doesn't give a damn, you're pretty much forced to use their services anyway, so why would they bother with quality assurance? When you upgrade to the latest SDK, fewer people will have to re-enter their Facebook username and password to use your app because their logged in state is maintained in Safari.
Setting it back to NO solved the problem! I finally found it! You can compile after setting enable testability to NO in your Build settings. From The Xcode 8 Release Notes :. This effectively overrides dead code stripping, which can expose link failures from unused functions that reference undefined symbols.
If necessary, disabling testability will allow the link to proceed without source changes. Of course, the best thing to do is to either: a remove the unused code that is causing the linker issues, or b actually fix the linker issues. I understand most people are solving this by either the No Common Blocks or the Dead Code setting, but that is actually a workaround for the real issue.
In my case, I was using a Pod file that was adding the same libraries I already had linked, so basically I removed the duplicate files in my Build Phases link libraries that were already compiled in my Pod file and the Archive feature worked. I found that I had constants declared in each 2 different classes, in.
This was allowed before this new version of xCode, but now appears like duplicate even those 2 classes don't import eachother and has nothing to do one with another. In your Xcode 9 project you will see left hand side 3 column search icon click that then search for: -Objc in the search bar and then you will see a pod config file open that.
Now remove the -ObjC from the inherited it will solve the issue. I did not want to change any of these settings since no one really knows what other side effects these may have.
From the error info, it must be some file dupicate in your project. You can see this in your error info. The solution is in this post. You're not up to date with this, but at least it solves the problem for now and at least in my scenario I don't have any problems with that version. Learn more. Asked 3 years, 7 months ago. Active 1 year, 7 months ago.
Viewed 15k times. Any other ideas? Andreea Mateevici Andreea Mateevici 1 1 gold badge 1 1 silver badge 8 8 bronze badges. You tried to clean and remove derived datas?
Check that you have not import ed a. Just bugged me for an over an hour! Active Oldest Votes. Below Patch work for me. Renish Dadhaniya Renish Dadhaniya 9, 2 2 gold badges 25 25 silver badges 50 50 bronze badges. You're a life saver. JorisH JorisH 2 2 silver badges 8 8 bronze badges. Ivan Nice, I'm glad I could help!
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Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account. To install this framework, after you download and unzip the zip file, open a Terminal window and from the "Real Framework" folder, run install. Hello everyone and thank you for your quick response!!! If this doesn't work, can you please send us a sample project to help us repro the error?
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I'm getting the exact same issue mentioned above when building via jenkins. It works fine locally though. Any ideas? Yes, I find a solution last friday but I've no time to post it. In my case, I have in my mac the OSX The problem seems yo be that the las xcode version that you be able to install mavericks, can't deal with builds for arm64 release. In my case, I test thet project in a mac with Yosemite version of OSX and the last version of xcode, and it works perfectly!!!!
I hope that it help you!!! I'll try updating the XCode in my Jenkins machine and get back with the results. After updating it, the issue persists check below. However, compiling locally in my machine, or even manually in the machine running Jenkins, works just fine. Compiling manually for iOS device arm64 locally works. But compiling manually for iOS device arm64 in the machine running Jenkins, doesn't work. Maybe an issue related to xcodebuild?
Some configuration missing? It's weird as Jenkins was working properly until we integrated Tune Tracker. Xcode wasn't updating to the latest version for some weird reason. This issue still appears in: MobileAppTracker 3. Any idea how to fix it? Skip to content. Dismiss Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
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I know this error means I have duplicates of the above but my problem is where in Xcode 6. I've looked in info. Where in Xcode 6. I do not know if I did anything wrong, but I'll take a wild guess and put the blame on Google on this one. It is likely nobody bothered testing the arm64 build of this framework.
No matter how much time I spent trying to tweak it it would always fail, while for some reason the 32bits version would work fine. Since you need both 32 and 64 to work in order to push an ipa to the iTunes store, we'll have to do with the previous version. I have a feeling you're somehow still getting the old framework linked into your app in addition to the new one, but I'm not certain of that.
Take a look at the build log and see what exact ld command is being used to link things together. Learn more. Asked 4 years, 7 months ago. Active 4 years, 7 months ago. Viewed 12k times. Merc Merc 1 1 gold badge 2 2 silver badges 9 9 bronze badges. It could be that you've got 21 newly declared variables in each file with the exact same name. In appdelegate. Your duplicate symbol is the name.
If you wish you can change the name of the GADBannerView for each file make the name different for each filebut do edit all in scope to make your life much easier. No, the duplicate symbol names are l, l, etc. Besides, property names can be shared across multiple classes. Only global variables share a namespace. Active Oldest Votes. Kyle Liu Kyle Liu 5 5 silver badges 9 9 bronze badges. Can you please explain how that makes a difference? Thats true but can't make build after that Works for me.Search Unity.
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Come level up your Unity skills and knowledge. Joined: Apr 16, Posts: The xCode project was built from Unity3D. I attach an image with the last lines of the error log from xCode. I tried this solution, based on using the following shell script: set -ex lipo libgvrunity.
However the previous error was with another two libraries I'm using Unity I'm really stuck and I need to solve this problem Thank you very much in advance. Captura de pantalla a las SantyOct 31, Joined: May 26, Posts: Thank you for your quick answer. I attach an image of my folders. I'm also installing again Unity 5. I don't understand what Pods is doing in xCode project generated with new Versions of Unity. Any other idea please?I don't even know where to start. Since alpha There are descriptions how to do that natively for Android and iOS which I got both working fine.
However, I got it working fine for Xamarin Android. Now I'm trying on iOS which appears to be much more complicated. After some research I figured out that I have to define a scope to the Headers of the Framework, then the APIDefinitions are in fact much smaller and only reference the header files.
But this header holds a reference to a class UnityView which is not part of the headers. It is within the framework at least it is within the Library project in Xcode so I assume it is bundled into the framework.
I copied the. The UnityView can not be found within the interface and I also can't import it from the library because the native reference is not available.
So how can I reference to a class of the framework from within an interface that is defined in the ApiDefinitions? Then I just bound one class and used the methods I added in order to have everything working.
But if I understand correctly it means I don't even need a Binding project. So I tried adding the framework to the native references, I build the project for my iPad as the lib only support arm64 so I can not build for Simulator and it builds fine.
But then I can not use the framework in my code, it is the same as with the binding it is just not found. I changed the framework to a static library. But here I get 4 errors when building saying:. Please review the build log. MT MyApp. Unfortunately I don't know where to find the Build log in order to review it. Does anyone know how I can solve these errors?
Okay I have the feeling I'm almost there! I rolled back to using an iOS Binding project. I decided to just bind the one class that I'm using natively and the few methods and ignore anything else and that seems to work fine.
I also added a few methods to the library in order to make my life easier and just call simple binding methods from Xamarin. However, there is one method I have to use which gives me an native exception when calling which is:.
Important to note, argv is what the app has when it start and the static main function is called. When I call it like this ufw. RunEmbeddedWithArgc 1, Application. This usually indicates a fatal error in the mono runtime or one of the native libraries. Memory around native instruction pointer 0xb74 :0xb64 00 00 80 d2 c0 03 5f d6 e0 03 08 aa c0 03 5f d Graverobber You did it! I monitored the whole topic since start of the last month, but your post didn't come up.
iOS/Xcode: Duplicate Symbols
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Active 11 months ago. Viewed 2k times. Sangu Sangu 41 5 5 bronze badges. Just remove framewrok from your project and clean it and add it again. Update your question with a few more of the duplicate symbols. Active Oldest Votes. How to fix it?
Try to remove the library from the target settings of your project. The duplicate symbols errors should disappear, but missing symbols could appear. If that happen, add the library again and remove the framework. You cannot build your app with both, library and framework. Look into the target settings of your app. There's a tab General where you can find a section Linked Frameworks and Libraries.
Select the framework and click the minus symbol below. This might happen when an implementation is defined in the. Fix it by moving the implementation to the. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook.