[Xcode 6.3.1] After Archive and Validation, the warning called The applications non-public selectors in Payload/Myapp.app/Myappname:recursiveDescription appears.

Asked 3 months ago, Updated 3 months ago, 14 views

I am creating an iPhone app for the first time.
Archive with Xcode and validate as stated in the title

iTunes Store operation succeeded with warning.
The applications non-public selectors in Payload/[Myapp].app/[Myappname]:recursiveDescription

The warning says

I tried many times referring to the above articles, but I don't know the cause.

Even if you search within the project by recursiveDescription,
The search result was zero.

What are the possible causes?
Also, what should I do to find out the cause?

Thank you for your cooperation.

ios objective-c xcode iphone app-store

2022-09-30 14:15

1 Answers

If you are using a library with CocoaPods, etc., check if the source contains "recursiveDescription".

If you are linking binaries (.a, .framework, etc.), remove them once and see if you get a warning.

In any case, if it's warning, not error, I think the binary stage examination will go through first, so if that's all you're concerned about, you should submit it.

2022-09-30 14:15

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