Xcode: target membership of frameworks?
I have a question about the far right column of your Xcode project (image here)
Apple’s documentation tells me this about that column:
Target membership. The column marked
by the target icon indicates whether
the file is included in the active
target. If the checkbox next to a file
is checked, then the active target
includes that file.
So what if I have
#import <Security/Security.h> in my .m file, do I still need to link it with the target membership? What if a .m file has that and it’s not linked but the code works? Should I remove the line? Should I remove the framework?
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If you don’t add it to the target, the compiler won’t find the Security framework from the other files compiled under the same target. Targets are in a way separate projects that share some common settings.
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