- Wikitude SDK Professional Edition for Flutter
- Latest Version: 9.12- Flutter version : 2.10.5
Sorry for the late response - please have a look at this thread https://support.wikitude.com/support/discussions/topics/5000097089. It seems like it could be the same issue with CocoaPods cached data.
The main steps to solve it would be:
1. Remove the current plugin from your project's plugin directory, download the latest version of our Flutter plugin and move it to the plugin directory in your project again. Make sure that the directory hierarchy in your project matches the one from our sample app.
2. In your project's ios directory, remove Podfile and Podfile.lock. In the same directory, run pod deintegrate and then pod clean.
3. Back in the root of your project, run flutter clean and flutter build ios.
Let us know if you are still having trouble after these.