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That is nan odd error as the framework request in question is coming from an Apple app.

It seems your Xcode has been updated to a newer version and the licence agreement needs to be accepted. You can do this two ways:

  1. Open Xcode.app and follow the prompts
  2. In Terminal: sudo xcodebuild -license
    (and with newer versions sudo xcodebuild -license accept to do it in one step)

Afterwards confirm xcode-select --print-path returns a valid result.

You should then be good to go, assuming your combination of macOS version and Xcode version are compatible.

That is n odd error as the framework request in question is coming from an Apple app.

It seems your Xcode has been updated to a newer version and the licence agreement needs to be accepted. You can do this two ways:

  1. Open Xcode.app and follow the prompts
  2. In Terminal: sudo xcodebuild -license
    (and with newer versions sudo xcodebuild -license accept to do it in one step)

Afterwards confirm xcode-select --print-path returns a valid result.

You should then be good to go, assuming your combination of macOS version and Xcode version are compatible.

That is an odd error as the framework request in question is coming from an Apple app.

It seems your Xcode has been updated to a newer version and the licence agreement needs to be accepted. You can do this two ways:

  1. Open Xcode.app and follow the prompts
  2. In Terminal: sudo xcodebuild -license
    (and with newer versions sudo xcodebuild -license accept to do it in one step)

Afterwards confirm xcode-select --print-path returns a valid result.

You should then be good to go, assuming your combination of macOS version and Xcode version are compatible.

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That is n odd error as the framework request in question is coming from an Apple app.

It seems your Xcode has been updated to a newer version and the licence agreement needs to be accepted. You can do this two ways:

  1. Open Xcode.app and follow the prompts
  2. In Terminal: sudo xcodebuild -license
    (and with newer versions sudo xcodebuild -license accept to do it in one step)

Afterwards confirm xcode-select --print-path returns a valid result.

You should then be good to go, assuming your combination of macOS version and Xcode version are compatible.

It seems your Xcode has been updated to a newer version and the licence agreement needs to be accepted. You can do this two ways:

  1. Open Xcode.app and follow the prompts
  2. In Terminal: sudo xcodebuild -license
    (and with newer versions sudo xcodebuild -license accept to do it in one step)

That is n odd error as the framework request in question is coming from an Apple app.

It seems your Xcode has been updated to a newer version and the licence agreement needs to be accepted. You can do this two ways:

  1. Open Xcode.app and follow the prompts
  2. In Terminal: sudo xcodebuild -license
    (and with newer versions sudo xcodebuild -license accept to do it in one step)

Afterwards confirm xcode-select --print-path returns a valid result.

You should then be good to go, assuming your combination of macOS version and Xcode version are compatible.

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It seems your Xcode has been updated to a newer version and the licence agreement needs to be accepted. You can do this two ways:

  1. Open Xcode.app and follow the prompts
  2. In Terminal: sudo xcodebuild -license
    (and with newer versions sudo xcodebuild -license accept to do it in one step)