[swift-users] Can't convert to the latest version of Swift because can't find framework module

Zhao Xin owenzx at gmail.com
Fri Aug 25 19:29:49 CDT 2017

You said you used Xcode command. Did you mean the menu item in Xcode? If
so, you should file a bug on Xcode on bugreport.apple.com.

As far as I know, swift migration guide is planed to be open sourced, but
it is not opened yet. So you should file a bug to Apple.

Zhao Xin​

On Sat, Aug 26, 2017 at 12:27 AM, Bill Cheeseman via swift-users <
swift-users at swift.org> wrote:

> I have a small macOS application with an embedded framework, both written
> in Swift. Each has its own Xcode project in separate locations on my Mac,
> and I use an Xcode workspace to develop and build both at once. I do not
> use CocoaPods or Carthage. My application and framework build and run
> successfully.
> When I try to convert to the latest version of Swift using the Xcode
> conversion command, it fails with a "no such module" error for the
> framework.
> My online research shows that "no such module" errors have been plaguing
> Xcode developers who use embedded frameworks for several years. A dozen or
> more solutions have been suggested online, and they apparently work in some
> contexts but not in others. None of them work for me.
> Has anybody successfully run the Xcode Swift conversion command with an
> embedded framework and everything written in Swift? If so, can you spell
> out the key Xcode setup features that made it work for you?
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