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I have created a tool to deal with Xcode's "building for iOS Simulator, but linking ..." error.

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Hi, this is arasan01 ( @arasan01_me ). I installed a branch faucet in my dishwasher and it's so comfortable that I eat fried food more often. What we made. When using Xcode on an Apple Silicon Mac (M1 Mac) to build a project for the actual device and for the simulator, the build succeeds for the actual device, but when building for the simulator, it says "building for iOS Simulator, but linking in object file built for iOS, for architecture arm64" error. This is because the library used internally is not compatible with Simulator, which is used by Apple Silicon Mac's Xcode. Specifically, Xcode and Simulator run on x86_64 architecture on Xcode running on Rosetta2 as well as on Intel Macs, whereas Xcode and Simulator run on arm64 architecture on Apple Silicon Macs in the normal boot method architecture. If you look at the libraries used internally, the above error occurs when there is an arm64 build for the machine and an x86_64 build for the simulator inclu

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