That looks like an issue with Cocoapods on your machine. I’d try to uninstall it and reinstall it
So I tried to uninstall CocoaPods but it says the uninstall command doesn’t exist.
ericbeecroft@Erics-iMac ~ % uninstall Cocoapods zsh: command not found: uninstall ericbeecroft@Erics-iMac ~ % pod uninstall [!] Unknown command: `uninstall` Did you mean: install? Usage: $ pod COMMAND CocoaPods, the Cocoa library package manager. Commands: + cache Manipulate the CocoaPods cache + deintegrate Deintegrate CocoaPods from your project + env Display pod environment + init Generate a Podfile for the current directory + install Install project dependencies according to versions from a Podfile.lock + ipc Inter-process communication + lib Develop pods + list List pods + outdated Show outdated project dependencies + plugins Show available CocoaPods plugins + repo Manage spec-repositories + search Search for pods + setup Setup the CocoaPods environment + spec Manage pod specs + trunk Interact with the CocoaPods API (e.g. publishing new specs) + try Try a Pod! + update Update outdated project dependencies and create new Podfile.lock Options: --allow-root Allows CocoaPods to run as root --silent Show nothing --version Show the version of the tool --verbose Show more debugging information --no-ansi Show output without ANSI codes --help Show help banner of specified command
Try the suggestion from this post.
Okay I just got CocoaPods uninstalled. It kind of prompted me to delete a weird file along with CocoaPods and I said yes to it. I am not sure if it deleted an important functional piece to Xcode or another file.
ericbeecroft@Erics-iMac ~ % sudo gem uninstall cocoapods Password: Remove executables: pod, sandbox-pod in addition to the gem? [Yn] Y Removing pod Removing sandbox-pod Successfully uninstalled cocoapods-1.11.2 ericbeecroft@Erics-iMac ~ %