[swift-users] Swift Compilation - Reaching ARG_MAX limit causing Xcode build failure
jordan_rose at apple.com
Wed Aug 16 12:51:30 CDT 2017
You're not the only person to run into this. rdar://problem/33635183 <rdar://problem/33635183> tracks the issue within Apple, and since it would need Xcode-side changes as well there's no point in having a report at bugs.swift.org <http://bugs.swift.org/>. I'm afraid we don't have a workaround right now other than what you've mentioned.
> On Aug 16, 2017, at 03:17, bhargav gurlanka via swift-users <swift-users at swift.org> wrote:
> We have moderately complex Swift project with around 2,000 Swift files in a single module.
> Most of the Swift source files are deeply nested inside directories and 90% of these files have absolute paths with more than 150 characters (assuming project is in "/Volumes/Macintosh HD2/Project" folder)
> Because Swift compiler (Xcode 8.3.2) takes the absolute paths of all source files while compiling, the ARG_MAX limit is reached and build fails with:
> Build operation failed without specifying any errors. Individual build tasks may have failed for unknown reasons.
> One possible cause is if there are too many (possibly zombie) processes; in this case, rebooting may fix the problem.
> Some individual build task failures (up to 12) may be listed below.
> Have anybody experienced this issue before?
> We temporarily fixed this issue by renaming longer folder names to shorter ones.
> I'm assuming that breaking this monolithic module into smaller ones might fix the issue, but are there any other better solutions?
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