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Xcode - ld: library not found for -lDoubleConversion

Here's how you fix this issue

Ran into this with the iOS version of my React Native application, the fix is very quick and easy:

We need to disable dead code stripping for our release, this is how to do it:
  1. Open XCode and press: Cmd + 1
  2. Click on your project in the left panel
  3. Click on "Build Settings"
  4. In the "Linking" section, under the "Dead Code Stripping" section, change the setting for "Release" from "Yes" to "No"


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