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OverviewFelgo 2 Support (Qt 5) › [Urgent] Plugin example don't have last iOS facebook sdk?

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  • #22544

    Nicola

    Hi,

    after update to last felgo, all the app on iOS crash with facebook login. I see that the date of the facebook frameworks, in the plugin example (Master plugin) is September 19th, the same of the old version, and also on git i don’t see update about version 5.0.  Maybe is it wrong version? Every app crash with this error:

    facebooklogin[8015:2246414] -[FBSDKLoginManager logInWithPermissions:fromViewController:handler:]: unrecognized selector sent to instance

    Nicola

    #22547

    Alex
    Felgo Team

    Hi Nicola,

    thanks for reporting this, the GitHub repo was indeed not updated. We will fix that within the next few hours.

    Cheers,
    Alex

    #22548

    Nicola

    Hi,

    i downaloaded the last things from git, added these new lines to hte pilist:

    <key>FacebookAutoLogAppEventsEnabled</key>
    <false/>
    <key>FacebookAdvertiserIDCollectionEnabled</key>
    <true/>

     

    but nothing happen and see this message in xcode:

     

    facebooklogin[8466:2430014] CoreText note: Client requested name “.AppleColorEmojiUI”, it will get TimesNewRomanPSMT rather than the intended font. All system UI font access should be through proper APIs such as CTFontCreateUIFontForLanguage() or +[UIFont systemFontOfSize:].
    2019-12-06 11:29:42.746933+0100 facebooklogin[8466:2430014] CoreText note: Set a breakpoint on CTFontLogSystemFontNameRequest to debug.
    2019-12-06 11:29:42.803562+0100 facebooklogin[8466:2430014] CoreText note: Client requested name “.AppleColorEmojiUI”, it will get TimesNewRomanPSMT rather than the intended font. All system UI font access should be through proper APIs such as CTFontCreateUIFontForLanguage() or +[UIFont systemFontOfSize:].
    2019-12-06 11:29:42.830439+0100 facebooklogin[8466:2430014] stale focus object QObject(0x0) , doing manual update
    2019-12-06 11:29:42.999408+0100 facebooklogin[8466:2430192] [] tcp_input [C1.1:3] flags=[R] seq=857488793, ack=0, win=0 state=CLOSED rcv_nxt=857488793, snd_una=1044928906
    2019-12-06 11:29:43.017764+0100 facebooklogin[8466:2430191] [] tcp_input [C2.1:3] flags=[R] seq=2130809553, ack=0, win=0 state=CLOSED rcv_nxt=2130809553, snd_una=2071947876
    2019-12-06 11:29:43.141753+0100 facebooklogin[8466:2430185] [] tcp_input [C3.1:3] flags=[R] seq=2736628754, ack=0, win=0 state=CLOSED rcv_nxt=2736628754, snd_una=487653662
    2019-12-06 11:29:43.201227+0100 facebooklogin[8466:2430190] [] tcp_input [C4.1:3] flags=[R] seq=3490954182, ack=0, win=0 state=CLOSED rcv_nxt=3490954182, snd_una=885875352

    #22558

    Nicola

    Maybe depends on the Bolts framework that seems old?

    #22581

    Nicola

    HI,

    any news?

    #22587

    Alex
    Felgo Team

    Hi Nicola,

    we will be doing some further testing an keep you updated.

    Best,
    Alex

    #22594

    Nicola
    #22596

    Alex
    Felgo Team

    Hi Nicola,

    we just pushed an update to the plugin demo GitHub repo: https://github.com/FelgoSDK/PluginDemo

    Please get the latest framework files according to the integration guide and add the Accelerate framework to your *.pro file like this:

    ios {
        FELGO_PLUGINS += facebook
        LIBS += -framework Accelerate #add this line!
    }

    Thanks for reporting this issue, let me know if it works for you now.

    Cheers,
    Alex

    #22597

    Nicola

    Now it’s OK! Thanks.

    I see only a ld error, a not undefined Account framework, but I don’t know if it depends on Felgo or iOS (with the Apple iOS 13 things I’m very disappointed). I resolve it removing it from ld options.

    Nicola

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