How to solve pod update fails with RuntimeError – [Xcodeproj] Unknown object version (macOS Sierra and xcode 9.0)


Solve pod update fails with RuntimeError - [Xcodeproj] Unknown object version (macOS Sierra and xcode 9.0)

Solve pod update fails with RuntimeError – [Xcodeproj] Unknown object version (macOS Sierra and xcode 9.0)

As according to the heading, on this educational we will be able to find out how to solve pod set up or pod update error that it fails with run-time error – [Xcodeproj] unknown object version. Also we will be able to, solve any other error 
operation now not authorised – /usr/bin/pod cocoa-pods. So mainly we will be able to solve the under two mistakes

1) pod set up or pod update fails with run-time error – [Xcodeproj] unknown object version

2) operation now not authorised – /usr/bin/pod cocoa-pods

Below are the stairs to solve the above indexed two mistakes

Step 1: Open terminal and kind command   
sudo gem set up cocoapods

How to solve pod update fails with RuntimeError - [Xcodeproj] Unknown object version (macOS Sierra and xcode 9.0)
Step 2: It will ask for password, input your device password.
Step 3: If you get error as proven within the image under then see step 4.
How to solve pod update fails with RuntimeError - [Xcodeproj] Unknown object version (macOS Sierra and xcode 9.0)
Step 4:  Run the command 

sudo gem set up -n /usr/native/bin cocoapods

operation not permitted - /usr/bin/pod cocoapods

Step 5:  Your pods had been effectively put in and now you’ll set up pods in your xcode mission.

How to solve pod update fails with RuntimeError - [Xcodeproj] Unknown object version (macOS Sierra and xcode 9.0)

Where to move from right here

In this educational we  realized how to solve pod set up or pod update error that it fails with run-time error – [Xcodeproj] unknown object version and 2nd error operation now not authorised – /usr/bin/pod cocoa-pods 
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