Xcode 7 TwitterKit warning


#1

Xcode 7 with TwitterKit 1.11.0 shows this warning sometimes:
Umbrella header for module 'TwitterKit' does not include header 'TWTRSession.h'
Fix please.


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#2

Another warning appeared with TwitterKit 1.11.4:
Umbrella header for module 'TwitterKit' does not include header 'TWTRDefines.h'
Fix anyone???


#4

We are currently working on a fix for this issue.


#5

The issue has halted my progress and I can’t proceed because I can’t build my work. Is there a workaround meanwhile?


#6

When I got latest version (1.11.4), after update from fabric I cannot build my code due to this.
Edit: I solved this problem by completely remove TwitterKit libraries from Xcode and also delete project from fabric.io . After that I made fresh TwitterKit installation . Now I can build my project. Errors have gone.


#7

Any updates? Its been 2 weeks!


#8

I would also like to know if there are any updates here. My project keeps generating the umbrella header warnings.


#9

You’re seeing this on version 1.12.0 of Twitter Kit and 1.5.5 of Fabric?


#10

I am still seeing the issue with Twitterkit 1.12.0 and Fabric version 2.0.3.


#11

@JaronLowe1 that sounds like the version of Fabric.app is 2.0.3, what do you see for the underlying framework?


#12

I’m not sure where to find the underlying Fabric Framework version. There don’t seem to be any indications of version number in the Framework headers. Where do I check for this?


#13

Right-click on the framework in Xcode and select “Show in Finder.” Then right-click on Fabric.framework in Finder and hit “Get Info”. You’ll see the version number listed there.


#14

I still see this both warnings with Fabric app v.2.0.7, Fabric framework v.1.6.1 and TwitterKit framework v.1.13.1


#15

@alxvasenin are you using Cocoapods?


#16

No, I don’t


#17

Hmm, I’m not seeing this locally. Here is a sample project that I doesn’t have that warning. Let me know if this helps!

-Mike


#18

Hmm… I don’t see them anymore, even with yesterday version of my app. I guess they disappeared as result of Xcode 7.1 update I’ve installed today.


#19

Very strange, but glad to hear it! Happy coding and feel free to reach back out at any point.

-Mike


#20

Damn, I do see them again. Haven’t changed anything.


#21

Still seeing this problem. I checked the framework version as you recommended and it’s using version 1.6 of the Fabric framework.