I have 2 binaries for the same framework, one is built in debug mode, and one is built in release mode.
Now I want to link to those binaries from a local swift package conditionally.
- When the app is built in Debug mode, the debug binary should be linked.
- When the app is built in Release mode, the release binary should be linked.
let package = Package(
path: "./Libs/Release/BinaryXCFramework.xcframework" // <-- Here, I want to link to Debug/BinaryXCFramework.xcframework when the app is built in Debug configuration
Anyone knows how I can do that?
I want to do the same thing on my project.
any advance on this matter?
I am modularizing an
iOS app and stumbled across the same use case.
Maybe I think in the wrong direction.
I can provide two binary library product
xcframework s in
- one in
Debug configuration with debug symbols: "LibADebugBin.xcframework"
- one in
Release configuration without debug symbols; "LibABin.xcframework"
Then I have to conditinally link "LibADebugBin.xcframework" and "LibABin.xcframework" depending on the configuration in the XCode app project.
Just wondering if this an idea or how you actually solved the issue..?
I'm not sure there's a way to do it in SPM. I've been searching for a way to achieve this even without SPM and embedding directly in the Xcode project, and couldn't find a solid way to do it.
@antranapp Are you able to achieve this without SPM?
My case is I have two xcframeworks once called ABC.xcframework and one called ABC-release.xcframework and I want to link them conditionally based on build configuration.
I have exactly the same issue. Has anyone discovered a solution for this?