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ios – No such module xcode error with debugging particulars

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I’m utilizing the newest model of Xcode and cocoa pods. I put in a bunch of modules utilizing pod set up. What ought to I do subsequent to get Xcode to acknowledge these modules? Ought to it acknowledge them instantly? I’m getting a no module is discovered error and I’m making an attempt to determine the trigger. Sadly, that’s all I’ve proper now to debug the issue.

I requested the same query that was closed due to lack of debugging particulars. Here is extra information.

Here is my Podfile:

# Uncomment the following line to outline a world platform to your challenge
platform :ios, '13.0'

goal 'check' do
  # Remark the following line when you're not utilizing Swift and do not need to use dynamic frameworks
  use_frameworks!

  # Pods for Minuteapp
  pod 'SwiftMessages', '~> 5.0'
  pod 'GoogleSignIn'
  pod 'Guarantees' 
  pod 'Flurry-iOS-SDK/FlurryMessaging'
  pod ‘Flurry-iOS-SDK/FlurrySDK’
  pod 'ApphudSDK'
  pod 'FittedSheets'
  pod 'ColorThiefSwift', '>= 0.4.1'
  pod "SwiftChart"
  pod 'SDWebImage', '~> 5.0'
  pod 'AQPlayer'
  pod 'STPopup'
  pod 'Toast-Swift', '~> 5.0.1'
  pod 'PaddingLabel', '1.2'
  pod 'DeviceKit'
  pod 'ApphudSDK'
  # pod 'SwiftyStoreKit'
  pod 'ReachabilitySwift'
  pod 'Regulate', '~> 4.29.2'
  pod 'Amplitude', '~> 8.5.0'
finish


post_install do |installer|
  installer.pods_project.targets.every do |goal|
    goal.build_configurations.every do |config|
      config.build_settings['ONLY_ACTIVE_ARCH'] = 'YES'
    finish
  finish
    installer.generated_projects.every do |challenge|
          challenge.targets.every do |goal|
              goal.build_configurations.every do |config|
                  config.build_settings['IPHONEOS_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET'] = '13.0'
               finish
          finish
   finish
finish

I believe the problem is that I am constructing check.xcodeproj and never check.workspace. Is that an issue? I attempted to construct check.workspace however I am not seeing information on the left or a scheme on the prime. Can somebody assist?

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