Hey Halle, I ran the OpenEarsSampleApp with no changes and it worked fine, just like you predicted! Then, I created a new clean project and followed the entire tutorial again from start to finish, and everything worked this time!
I’m using XCode 9.2 on a simulator. I cant compile the sample Swift app either. I actually managed to get rid of the prior error by editing the path of the “Objective C Bridging Header” but the underlying error is still occurring:
/Users/ruchirbaronia/Desktop/IOS/Blare/OpenEarsHeader.h:4:9: error: 'OpenEars/OEPocketsphinxController.h' file not found
1 error generated.
<unknown>:0: error: failed to emit precompiled header '/Users/ruchirbaronia/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/Blare-eaibarvmhiwnwsbbvplsdedelffi/Build/Intermediates.noindex/PrecompiledHeaders/OpenEarsHeader-swift_D4MTZLWYZ5F4-clang_53GTILGSD4G9.pch' for bridging header '/Users/ruchirbaronia/Desktop/IOS/Blare/OpenEarsHeader.h'
I can’t put images into this forum, but I asked the same question here in slightly more detail.
Why is my Header file unable to import anything?
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