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I have been working making a iOS binding library for the Wahoo fitness framework, and when I try to compile it, I get one of 2 errors
The first error I get is if I try to build for the sim (debug|iPhoneSim), this allows me to build, but the first call to the framework crashes, saying that me calling to get a singleton reference is null. If I comment out those lines, and get to the first line from the framework that doesn't have a singleton reference, I get the error "native class hasn't been loading". From my research, that means that the framework was not supporting the chip architecture. But this is the same framework that is running their example projects, which work just fine.
If I run it for the phone itself (debug|iPhone), I get the error MT3001. As far as I know, that is a bug and should be reported as such. I have tried disabling the incremental builds, but that does not help with this problem.
I have ran into a little bit of objective sharpie trouble before, and noted it on the forums:
Attached is the framework, the binding library, and the test app. Hopefully they are small enough to fit.
Unable to attach, Here is a url to the zip