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      Latest reply on Oct 30, 2019 11:51 AM by neil456
      milkllc Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

        My macOS app compiles and runs fine, but since switching to Xcode 11, I can no longer debug from breakpoints. The debugger always crashes with a bunch of messages like this:

         

        warning: Swift error in scratch context: /foobar/Foo-Bridging-Header.h:14:9: note: in file included from /foobar/Foo-Bridging-Header.h:14:
        #import "TPPreciseTimer.h"
          ^
        
        error: /foobar/Timer/TPPreciseTimer.h:9:9: error: 'Foundation/Foundation.h' file not found
        #import <Foundation/Foundation.h>
          ^
        
        /foobar/Timer/TPPreciseTimer.h:9:9: note: did not find header 'Foundation.h' in framework 'Foundation' (loaded from '/System/Library/Frameworks')
        #import <Foundation/Foundation.h>
          ^
        
        error: failed to import bridging header '/foobar/Foo-Bridging-Header.h'
        .
        Shared Swift state for Foo has developed fatal errors and is being discarded.
        REPL definitions and persistent names/types will be lost.
        
        Message from debugger: The LLDB RPC server has crashed. The crash log is located in ~/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports and has a prefix 'lldb-rpc-server'. Please file a bug and attach the most recent crash log.

         

        Anyone know a workaround for something like this?

        My coworkers still on Xcode 10.3 are not having this issue with the same codebase.