Clarification on adding Objective C code to a swift dynamic framework

I have a dynamic framework in swift that currently is linking in another framework that is written in Objective C. This works but its annoying because the Objective C framework really only 2 files and I was wondering if there is a way to bring this into my swift framework.

If this was an application I’d user Bridging-Header but that is not supported inside a swift framework.

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  • My framework is called GDL90 and consists of only swift files.

    My Objective-C framework consists of:

    • GeoidCalculator.h
    • GeoidCalculator.m
    • EGM96 (data file)
    • CORCOEF(data file)

    Real simple – right? So I wanted to see if there was a way to just add this code into my swift project.

    Attempt #1 – add my code into the “umbrella header?” GDL90.h

    I added my file an get the warning Include of non-modular header inside framework module ‘GDL90’

    Ok so thats no dice.

    Attempt 2

    I figured I needed to make a module map file.

    So I made a directory called ${SRCROOT}/GDL90/EGM96 and inside I created EGM96.module.modulemap

    module EGM96 {
        header "GeoidCalculator.h"
        export *

    And then in one of my swift files i have import EGM96 which doesn’t seem to be found.

    In my build settings i have:

    Define Modules turned on and I’m pointing to the modulemap file from my Module Map File item

    Am I missing something??

    Solutions Collect From Internet About “Clarification on adding Objective C code to a swift dynamic framework”

    You do not need the modulemap files if create internal framework correctly:

    1. Create new framework target “EGM96” under EGM96 project:
      • go to GDL90 Project -> Add New Target -> Cocoa Touch Framework
      • input the Name and select Objective-C as language
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    2. Add objective-с files and other sources of EGM96 to new target.
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    3. Add GeoidCalculator.h as public header:

      • Change target membership of GeoidCalculator.h header from “Project” to “Public”
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      • Import headers to the umbrella file called EGM96.h
      • Make sure umbrella header EGM96.h is public for EGM96 target.
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    4. Add new framework to target dependence of GDL90 and add new library to linked binaries of GDL90.
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    5. Now you can import EGM96 in any swift file of EGM96:

    import EGM96