Dear 婷 黄
Thank you for you contacting us.
Currently, did you follow the instructions on our developer portal: https://developer.myscript.com/docs/interactive-ink/1.2/ios/fundamentals/get-started/#playing-with-the-get-started-example
Indeed, this is the "normal" use-case that normally works out of the box.
In your application, where is located your UIReferenceImplementation? In your "Podfile" can you please try to tune the path in line "pod 'MyScriptInteractiveInk-UIReferenceImplementation', :path => '../..'"
=> Once properly set, you should be able to get the full UIReferenceImplementation directory.
You can also refer to other topics on our forum:
Don't add UIReferenceImplementation folder can run normally but not pour into success. An error after joining UIReferenceImplementation folder
Dear 婷 黄,
thank you for the update.
Can you please try to delete the Derived Data of your project and clean your project: https://iosdevcenters.blogspot.com/2015/12/how-to-delete-derived-data-and-clean.html
Let us know if this helps.
Dear 婷 黄,
Please manually look for you the MyScriptInteractiveInk-UIReferenceImplementation.podspec file. Once you have it, set the proper "path" accordingly in your Podfile. If properly set, you should be able to retrieve the UIReferenceImplementation.
After "MyScriptInteractiveInk - UIReferenceImplementation. Podspec" into the project. Pod then prompts that a "license" file does not exist.Projects also caution IInkUIReferenceImplementation/InputView. h 'file not found.
Thank you for the update.
Based on the above, I am not sure to understand what is wrong. Indeed, your project seems to work?
Regarding the InputVIew.h file, if "pod install" was properly done, you should find it into the following paths (this is on the default project we provide):
If this is not the case, then make sure you clone properly and call the “pod install” properly.
Please note tuning your own pod file using CocoaPods is not to be supported by MyScript. This belongs to you.