Thank you very much for replying to and solving my problem!!!
I upgraded my xCode to 4.4.1 and it got rid of the @ syntax problem!!!.
However, when I am using the framework, it still gives me many errors.
I want to use DDFileLogger to save my logs to a file, but I am having
Can you please provide explanations on how to use DDFileLogger?
On Sat, Aug 25, 2012 at 7:47 PM, mkloster <mikeklos...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I got that error when I compiled as well. My solution was to upgrade to
> The syntax is new to the latest version of Objective-C. The '@' is
> Is upgrading your xCode and compiler and option?
> On Saturday, August 25, 2012 9:12:04 PM UTC-5, Ryan Liao wrote:
>> I am new to xCode coding, so I have a few questions.
>> I am currently using the latest xCode to develope iPhone app.
>> To import the framework, do I import the entire folder or do I only have
>> And when I imported the DDFileLogger framework,I'm getting unexpected '@'
>> - (NSString *)description
>> Please provide possible solutions to fix this.
>> Thank You Very Much!,
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