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You probably get the following error:
Failed to find Fabric's upload_symbols binary at /Applications/Fabric.app/**/upload-symbols or ./Pods/**/upload-symbols. Please specify the location of the binary explicitly by using the binary_path option
When trying to upload dSYM to Firebase with these two conditions:
- You install Firebase SDK using Swift Package Manager (SPM) and try to
- Upload dSYM with the
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To fix the "Failed to find Fabric's upload_symbols binary" error, you need to do two things.
- Copy the
upload-symbolsscript from the Crashlytics module to your project.
upload_symbols_to_crashlyticsto the copied script.
You can find the
upload-symbols script in the Firebase package's directory.
- In the project navigator pane (Left pane), scroll all the way down. You will see all of your Package Dependencies.
- Click Firebase > Crashlytics, and you should see the
- Right-click on
upload-symbolsand select "Show in Finder" to locate the file.
- Create a
scriptsfolder at the root of your project.
upload-symbolsscript to newly create folder,
The next step is to make the
upload_symbols_to_crashlytics action using the
upload-symbols script we just copied.
Add new parameter
binary_path: './scripts/upload-symbols' to your
After all these changes, you should be able to upload dSYM to Firebase successfully.
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