Chilkat iOS Swift Compile and Linking Notes
1) Add a bridging-header to your project.
2) Link with the Chilkat static library (libchilkatIos.a)
It is likely you've created a universal static library (libchilkatIos.a) as described here: Building an iOS Universal Chilkat Static Library.
Add libChilkatIos.a to your list of libs for linking. In your project build settings,
3) Link with stdc++
The Chilkat library internals are written in C++. Therefore, your Swift application will need to link against the C++ runtime libraries. In your Build Settings, go to the Linking section and add -lstdc++ to the Other Linker Flags
4) Linking may require -lresolv and -lpthread system libraries
Depending on what functionality is used, your application may need to link with these additional system libraries: -lresolv, -lpthread.
Just like for "-lstdc++", in your Build Settings, go to the Linking section and add -lresolv and -lpthread to the Other Linker Flags. Note, when multiple libs are listed in Other Linker Flags, separate with spaces. For example: "-lstd++ -lresolv -lpthread".
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