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Stop the war!

Stop the war in Ukraine! Fuck putin!

More information is at: https://war.ukraine.ua/.

There is a fund to support the Ukrainian Army: https://savelife.in.ua/en/donate/, and there is a special bank account that accepts funds in multiple currencies: https://bank.gov.ua/en/about/support-the-armed-forces. I donated to them. Please donate if you can!

Killer putin

Killer putin. Source: politico.eu.

Arrested putin

"It hasn't happened yet, but it will happen sooner or later. Beautiful photo, isn't it?" Source: twitter.

CocoaPods and iOS-Universal-framework in the same project: Continuation

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This small post is an update for the one I wrote a month ago: “CocoaPods and iOS-Universal-framework in the same project”. In a nutshell, I had a problem with iOS-Universal-Framework and CocoaPods in the same project, the libraries weren’t recompiled for the target architectures when I switched the target. I had to disable parallel building that time.

Recently I stumbled upon this article, which nicely describes existing solutions to create static frameworks for use in iOS projects. To avoid the necessity to reinstall iOS-Universal-Framework every time Xcode is updated and reduce the overall build time, I recreated the framework project with the help of this manual: iOS-Framework. This solution is better in general, and it also allows to parallelize builds in Xcode.

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