[swift-users] Swift Package Manager not creating library (.a) files
me at michael-brown.net
Fri Feb 26 17:24:55 CST 2016
I was trying to add SPM support to this library: https://github.com/Velhotes/Vinyl
I wanted to make sure I had done it properly and was concerned the absence of a .a file meant I hadn't. It looks like it's ok now though.
Sent from my iPhone.
> On 26 Feb 2016, at 21:34, Max Howell <max.howell at apple.com> wrote:
> Yes this is by design.
> You have to specify binary products if you want them since testing integration landed.
> What are you trying to do?
>> I tried using the Swift Package Manager for the first time today. I was trying to adapt a library I'm working on to support it. When I run "swift build" it builds, but there is no .a file anywhere in the .build directory tree. All I get is a .swiftmodule file.
>> In case I had something wrong setup in my library, I downloaded the SPM example (https://github.com/apple/example-package-playingcard) and tried to build that. According to the documentation here (https://swift.org/package-manager/#example-usage) this should produce a .a file in the root of the .build/debug directory. It doesn't. There is no .a file anywhere, only a .swiftmodule file. By the way, the documentation is out of date as the intermediate build .o files are now in a <modulename>.build directory, not at the root of .build.
>> I'm using the latest development snapshot downloaded from swift.org.
>> - Michael.
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