what is difference the between "swift clang (in apple opensource )" and "default clang (in xcode)" related to bitcode?

Dear all,

I tried to make the archive of my app that is compiled using swift-clang(opensource : https://github.com/apple/swift-clang )

Making archive of my application is successed, But I can’t upload AppStore.

I received to mail from “App Store Connect”.

The contents of the email are as follows.

“Invaild Bundle - The app cannot be processed because options not allowed to be embedded in bitcode are detected in the submission. It is likely that you are not building the app with the toolchain provided in Xcode. Rebuild your entire app with the latest GM Xcode and submit the app again.”

My environment of compile are as follows.

Xcode version : 9.4.1

Compiler : opensource swift clang (LLVM)

Bitcode : enable

What is difference the between “swift clang (in apple opensource )” and “default clang (in xcode)” related to bitcode?

Please give me a solution.

Thanks

Best regards…

It's not really officially supported, though it's hard to tell, what
revision of ld64 and cctools are you using? Also what does `clang -v`
print out? As far as I know AppleClang is slightly different to the
open source version released with Swift, though it's equally possible
you're using the wrong linker/cctools revision or using a trunk
version of LLVM/Clang instead of the one corresponding to the XCode
release.

Thanks.
- Kristina

Oh…

I am using open source version that is not released with Swift.
(swift-DEVELOPMENT-SNAPSHOT-2018-03-05-a version)

So I will try to build archive using open source version with released with Swift 4.1.2.

Thanks.

Best regards…

  • YoungJun Lee

2019년 1월 21일 (월) 오후 2:11, Kristina Brooks <notstina@gmail.com>님이 작성: