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libRDPDFLib.a was built without bitcode 1 year 5 months ago #14287

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Hi, I'm trying to build my Xcode project with
ENABLE_BITCODE=YES
(Xcode version 10.1) and I'm getting the following error
PDFViewer/PDFLib/libRDPDFLib.a(PDFIOS.o)' was built without full bitcode. All object files and libraries for bitcode must be generated from Xcode Archive or Install build for architecture armv7

I have checked if the library has the bitcode segment in it by executing:
otool -l libRDPDFLib.a | grep __LLVM
or
otool -l libRDPDFLib.a | grep bitcode

and it seems that there isn't any evidence of this.
Can you confirm this and if there's any other action to do for compiling with bitcode?

Thanks

Regards

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libRDPDFLib.a was built without bitcode 1 year 5 months ago #14288

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hi, i'm sure it not support bitcode for arm CPU.
we coding some ARM asm, to invoke some SIMD feature.
so, can't support bitcode for real devices.
about x86/x64 simulator, it still support bitcode.

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libRDPDFLib.a was built without bitcode 6 months 3 weeks ago #14854

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Sorry to resurrect an almost year-old-thread, but this issue is quite relevant for my company too.
Having RadaeePDF SDK not Bitcode-enabled is forcing all users to disable this option on their applications too.
Bitcode is mandatory for most code hardening tools nowadays, so it would be very important to enable it in RadaeePDF SDK.
It is clear that Apple is "gently forcing" all developers to distribute libraries and apps with Bitcode enabled, so it is reasonable to think that the problem you mentioned with assembly code is already addressed and solved.
In fact I've found this comment by Apple that explains how to build a Bitcode enabled library containing assembly code ( forums.developer.apple.com/thread/3971#12225 ).

Please consider releasing a Bitcode enabled version of your SDK.
Thanks a lot

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libRDPDFLib.a was built without bitcode 6 months 3 weeks ago #14855

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thanks, we done it with bitcode.
plz wait, i think next monday shall updated.
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libRDPDFLib.a was built without bitcode 6 months 3 weeks ago #14858

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Hi,
I confirm that we're ultimating tests
We'll notice you as soon as possible

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libRDPDFLib.a was built without bitcode 6 months 2 weeks ago #14863

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Hi guys, any news?

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