//! Project version number for YKBaseFramework.FOUNDATION_EXPORTdoubleYKBaseFrameworkVersionNumber;//! Project version string for YKBaseFramework.FOUNDATION_EXPORTconstunsignedcharYKBaseFrameworkVersionString;// In this header, you should import all the public headers of your framework using statements like #import <YKBaseFramework/PublicHeader.h>//#import <YKBaseFramework/YKFile.h>#import <YKBaseFramework/YKString.h>
To access a swift class in objc, that is not inherited from NSObject you need to:
@objc public class VeediUtils
A Swift class or protocol must be marked with the @objc attribute to be accessible and usable in Objective-C. This attribute tells the compiler that this piece of Swift code can be accessed from Objective-C. If your Swift class is a descendant of an Objective-C class, the compiler automatically adds the @objc attribute for you.