I think xcode is having a laugh at me.
I open my old project that uses charts library
and get error
No such module Charts
where I use
I then tried to remove Charts from my project. Downloaded new project. And dragged Charts.xcodeproj file into my project – no change
The way my files physically are organized is:
xcode-ios-projects - charts-ios - yourappplaform -- appcodegeneric (my source code and different .plist files for different apps) -- different-apps-asset-folder-1 -- different-apps-asset-folder-2 -- different-apps-asset-folder-x
Inside xcode IDE structure looks like this
appgeneric - Charts.xcodeproj - appcodegeneric -- different-apps-asset-folder-1 -- different-apps-asset-folder-2 -- different-apps-asset-folder-x
I have updated xcode, charts etc. to newest. I have not yet updated to Swift 4 conversion process
It has been a long time since I touched my ios/swift project, so maybe I am missing something obvious – but this problem seems a bit odd to me.
After using “Clean” I now get the following error when I “Build”:
Module compiled with Swift 3.0.2 cannot be imported in Swift 3.3:
However – after cleaning that folder manually in Finder… I know get the same error as in the beginning:
no such module ‘Charts’