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Getting "Fatel error : file not found" Xcode/iOS project.

i am working on iOS project using Xcode tool. the code is written in Objective-c. we are using cocoapods to import all required library files for current application. my project is running without any error on my machine in Xcode tool. but when i try to run this project  on bamboo its giving fatel error "file not found". they are library files missing in bamboo. 

- do i need to install library files on remote server?

- do i need to install any other tools inorder to run Xcode iOS project. 

- How to enable unit-tests on bamboo. is there any doc. 

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robhit Atlassian Team Apr 09, 2018

Hi Niranjan,

Have you checked this doc already - Bamboo with Xcode

If you are running build using a remote agent then yes you have to ensure that the Xcode dependencies (libraries) are installed on the remote agent machine.

You could check the agent or server capabilities to see if the correct path to the libraries is referred. Change if not.

About the Xcode unit tests, I am not quite sure about it but how about using JUnit for this?

Thanks,

Robhit

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