ld: waning messages -- Frameworks out of sync.
ken.cunningham.webuse at gmail.com
Fri Aug 19 16:48:44 UTC 2022
Yes, exactly -- I made a new TBD file for the library using "tapi stubify"
and replaced the old TBD file with it, for the ones that were outdated.
The script seems like a nice way to automate the process -- thanks for
On Thu, Aug 18, 2022 at 1:32 PM Robert Kennedy <amtor at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Ken!
> Letting me know that the "tapi" command is the key to the fix was a big
> I did a quick google search for "tapi stubify" and found that someone has
> already created a ruby script to fix the problem. But one needs to disable
> System Integrity Protection (SIP) first before running the script. Once
> the script is run, one can re-enable SIP.
> I assume you used *tapi stubify *and did manually what was in this script.
> If you used a different approach, please let me know.
> *From:* macports-dev <macports-dev-bounces at lists.macports.org> on behalf
> of Ken Cunningham <ken.cunningham.webuse at gmail.com>
> *Sent:* August 18, 2022 2:34 PM
> *To:* MacPorts Developers <macports-dev at lists.macports.org>
> *Subject:* Re: ld: waning messages -- Frameworks out of sync.
> > Otherwise, one needs to set SDKROOT as follows:
> > export SDKROOT=$(xcrun --show-sdk-path)
> > It is best to set SDKROOT in one's ~/.bash_profile
> If you do that, you will possibly override MacPorts setting of SDKROOT, and this is likely to cause you many problems when building ports.
> I would suggest you just ignore the warning -- the linker knows to use the library if the TBD file is out of sync, as it has said in it's message.
> Otherwise, you can fix the TBD file (which is what I did) by using the tapi tool:
> $ tapi
> OVERVIEW: Text-based Stubs Tool
> USAGE: tapi [--version][--help]
> tapi <command> [<args>]
> archive Merge or thin text-based stub files
> stubify Create a text-based stub file from a library
> installapi Create a text-based stub file by scanning the header files
> reexport Create a linker reexport file by scanning the header files
> See 'tapi <command> --help' to read more about a specific command.
> Of course, you may not want to do that -- but that is less intrusive than setting the SDKROOT I would say, if the warnings are really bothersome to you.
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