After reading this, I am deeply worried. It involves lots of fiddling to makeit work. However, after swift 3.x (I don't know which one was it), we have abetter
swift package generate-xcodeprojcommand which does lots of thefiddling for you. It worked, almost, until I try to run unit tests for adifferent platform, say iPhone. The problem is here.
I’m no stranger to these sorts of problems, fortunately, (sadly); the problem manifests because iOS and macOS have different test-bundle layouts, so your framework will be placed in different places in each, thus you have to tell your tests to look in different places for each. The easiest way is just to set the test rpaths to:
So here is what you do.
- Go to
Build Settingsof your test target. Search for
run. You will see
Runpath Search Paths.
- Add, under both
Any OS X SDK. Set the value to
@loader_path/../Frameworks. (it was
- You are ready to go.