Older xib file format

(JohnMoshakis) #1


Opening up a xib file from a new ios project in xcode 10 gives the message “MainViewController~pad.xib” uses a older format that is potentially insecure when decoded.

I dont recall seeing that before. Also clicking on FileOwners in the designer and looking at the outlets. The view isnt hooked up properly and is says MainViewControlleriPhone does not have an outlet named view.
The generated code looks ok but Im not able to see outlets and actions.


(marc hoffman) #2

Those are safe to ignore & just did the update. Every couple weeks, or so it feel like, Apple changes the internal format of its stuff. Xcode does a version check, and when a file is in the older format it emits the warnings; the xib files in our templates were created a couple years back, so that’s what’s happening.

(JohnMoshakis) #3

Ok thanks. I dont think the other issue was a problem, I forgot where something was and once I found it I was able to hook everything up.