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Thread 1: signal SIGABRT Xcode 6.1


Thread 1: signal SIGABRT Xcode 6.1

By : user2955110
Date : November 22 2020, 10:38 AM
With these it helps Looks like you have a lingering connection to a no-longer-existent outlet. Perhaps you deleted a textField that you previously set up?
Ctrl-/right-click on the File's Owner in the Xcode editor, look for a warning triangle. Clear that out (by deleting the connection or re-connecting it to the proper outlet) and you'll likely be good.
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Thread 1: signal SIGABRT IOS Xcode 5

Thread 1: signal SIGABRT IOS Xcode 5


By : Cyril Vlaminck
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . I had the same problem! It seems that you have linked, lets say a button/label/imageView etc. and you don't use it or they are duplicates: this ERROR will occur. So, go to your Connection inspector:
open your storyboard check all your connections and see/check, if you have any duplicates and remove them.
Thread 1: signal SIGABRT Xcode 5.1

Thread 1: signal SIGABRT Xcode 5.1


By : user2466314
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue In your ProfileViewController, in the updateUserStatus method, you are calling the method setFile on an object that doesn't know it. Namely: a UIImageView. Make sure that you are using the object you intend to call that method.
UPDATE:
Xcode: Thread 1: signal SIGABRT

Xcode: Thread 1: signal SIGABRT


By : user3426676
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times Check all the methods called in your ViewController (viewDidLoad method) you probably have a selector only available on iOS8.
To check the availability you can just right click on the method and check the documentation.
I keep getting Thread 1: signal SIGABRT in Xcode

I keep getting Thread 1: signal SIGABRT in Xcode


By : Rick Gates
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you If you created a Control and added an outlet connection to the view controller and then removed the Control from the page before removing the outlet connection properly from the Control's connections, then "Thread 1: signal SIGABRT" error happens. I had the same issue before. It might also be saying that your class is not KeyValueCoding compliant or something. Make sure you clear all connections of the control before you remove the control.
Xcode 5.1.1 Thread 1: signal SIGABRT

Xcode 5.1.1 Thread 1: signal SIGABRT


By : pikadan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue SIGABRT means an exception was triggered. The console log will print the exact exception message, and you need to look at that (post it here).
The problem is probably in your UIApplicationMain method
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