A Swift wrapper around the CoreSymbolication private framework on macOS.
CoreSymbolication provides a very powerful system for looking up and extracting symbolic information from mach-o executables, dyld shared caches, and dSYMs.
Swift package manager:
dependencies: [ .package(url: "https://github.com/stacksift/SwiftCoreSymbolication.git") ]
SPM seems to be unable to make use of a modulemap link directive. This means that you need to add some special linker flags to any executable target that uses the CoreSymbolication library, which this has as a dependency.
linkerSettings: [ .unsafeFlags([ "-Xlinker", "-F", "-Xlinker", "/System/Library/PrivateFrameworks", "-Xlinker", "-framework", "-Xlinker", "CoreSymbolication", ]),
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