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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Introduction to Objective-C Inheritance

I am getting an info.plist utility error.

I followed the directions although I did mess up on adding the wrong files at first. I deleted them before I started adding any code. Maybe they left something behind and making this error occur? Idk, help?

1 Answer

Iain Diamond
Iain Diamond
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My understanding is, the error comes about because Xcode is looking for Test file which is specified as a target in the build system (I'm still a bit vague on this point), but the file isn't part of the downloadable project files! I solved the build issue by creating a new test directory (as specified in the error message) and coping the info.plist file from the development directory into the test directory. Et viola!

Hope this helps someone. iain