Difference between revisions of "Updating extensions for iOS 14"

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= Toolchain =
 
= Toolchain =
  
== don't use Xcode 12 if you support lower than iOS 14 and arm64e ==
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== Xcode 10-11 and 12 are necessary to support iOS 14 and 13- for arm64e by single package ==
  
Generated binary for arm64e by Xcode 12 is changed ABI version to 0x80 (128).
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arm64e ABI version is changed in iOS 14.
  
Compiler ignore your minimum deployment version configuration. (I'm not sure how to resolve it in Xcode 12)
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We must compile both arm64e ABI version slice to support iOS 14 and 13- using Xcode 10-11 and 12.
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This topic for theos is under development [https://github.com/theos/theos/issues/563 thoes/issue#563]

Revision as of 17:43, 30 December 2020

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What has changed in iOS 14? (Classes, frameworks, etc.)

Icon layout handling changes

IMMessage instantMessageWithText

All functions in the IMMessage class that start with "instantMessageWithText" now take an extra parameter, "threadIdentifier". For a message that's not replying to a specific thread, you can just pass in nil for this parameter.

Toolchain

Xcode 10-11 and 12 are necessary to support iOS 14 and 13- for arm64e by single package

arm64e ABI version is changed in iOS 14.

We must compile both arm64e ABI version slice to support iOS 14 and 13- using Xcode 10-11 and 12.

This topic for theos is under development thoes/issue#563