I just installed OS X 11.4 and Xcode 7.3 and everything stopped working.
That’s a pity. As an old SQL programmer I’ve had a lot of joy with going through this tutorial, with the last version og OS X and Xcode. I still has something left. Hope you can update the project and/or text!
I have just started this tutorial only to receive an error not allowing any more progress. If you could respond ASAP that would be amazing. When I open the “Tutorial.playground”, I receive a “Command failed due to signal: Segmentation fault: 11” error. This is even without any code being put into the project. I have tried to build and clean multiple times with no help. Anything is appreciated.
Hi Chris i am currently in the “making it Swift” Part
In the database connection section nothing is print in the right panel when i run it
it should print “Successfully opened connection to database.”
i have even copy paste your code to try it and it didn’t work
Can you help me ASAP or if someone else know why please tell me, thank you
There seems to be something missing in your tutorial on how to get past the
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"error message on the line import SQLite. You’ll need to build the project at least once by pressing Command + B;
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The Playground compiler seems to be suggesting it’s missing the C Bridging Header.
I’m using XCode Version 7.3.1 (7D1014) for this one, If i download a legacy 7.3.0 and use that instead will that make a difference?
Sadly I had updated to XCode 8 before I found this, so haven’t got it to run, as it needed to convert it to swift 2.3 (minimum). My knowledge of swift is about an hour, but I have managed to get the Playground.swift file to build, but now I have ‘No such module ‘SQLite’’. Any idea where in a swift project I would look for that?
I’m not that good with Xcode yet but was interested in working though the SQL Lite tutorial. I saw that you made some Gist’s to get it working with Xcode 8 / Swift 3 but i have no idea what to do with the two files. I don’t see files with those names in the project folder.