Flutter iOS build failure error with Multiple commands after the Xcode upgrade


Flutter iOS build fails after upgrading to Xcode 10.0 version in mac.

Nagendras-MacBook-Pro:uaenumber nagendra$ flutter run
Launching lib/main.dart on iPhone X in debug mode...
Starting Xcode build...
Xcode build done.                                            1.4s
Failed to build iOS app
Error output from Xcode build:
    ** BUILD FAILED **

Xcode's output:
    error: Multiple commands produce '/Users/dev/Documents/projects/Personal/uaenumber/build/ios/Debug-iphonesimulator/Runner.app/Frameworks/Flutter.framework':
    1) Target 'Runner' has copy command from '/Users/dev/Documents/projects/Personal/uaenumber/ios/Flutter/Flutter.framework' to '/Users/dev/Documents/projects/Personal/uaenumber/build/ios/Debug-iphonesimulator/Runner.app/Frameworks/Flutter.framework'
    2) That command depends on command in Target 'Runner': script phase “[CP] Embed Pods Frameworks”
    warning: The use of Swift 3 @objc inference in Swift 4 mode is deprecated. Please address deprecated @objc inference warnings, test your code with “Use of deprecated Swift 3 @objcinference” logging enabled, and then disable inference by changing the "Swift 3 @objc Inference" build setting to "Default" for the "Runner" target. (in target 'Runner')
    warning: ignoring duplicated output file: '/Users/nagendra/Documents/projects/Personal/uaedialer/build/ios/Debug-iphonesimulator/Runner.app/Frameworks/Flutter.framework' (in target 'Runner')
    note: Using new build systemnote: Planning buildnote: Constructing build description
Could not build the application for the simulator.
Error launching application on iPhone X.

Xcode Version – 10.0 (10A255)

I tried to recreate the project and copied all the source files to the new project folder but it does not resolve the issue.


This solution worked for me.

  1. Open ios/Runner.xcworkspace Select the Runner project in the project
    navigator sidebar.
  2. In the main view, select the Runner target, then select the Build Phases tab.
  3. Expand the Embed Frameworks phase and select Flutter.framework from the
    embedded frameworks list.
  4. Click – to remove Flutter.framework from the list (be sure to keep

Answered By – Nagendra Badiganti

Answer Checked By – Candace Johnson (FlutterFixes Volunteer)

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