Along with iOS 15.2, iPadOS 15.2, macOS Monterey 12.1, and watchOS 8.3, Apple yesterday introduced an updated version of Xcode, Xcode 13.2. Developers updating should be aware that there is a bug with the Mac App Store version software at this time, and this should be avoided.

According to a thread on the Developer Forums, updating to Xcode 13.2 from the Mac App Store results in projects no longer compiling and packaging errors. Many developers see the following message: “Internal error: missingPackageDescriptionModule”, and it seems that there is no solution at the moment.

Other developers have received errors related to Github certificate validation and when trying to add packages from Github.

Apple says it is investigating the issue and in the meantime, Xcode 13.2 should be downloaded directly from the Releases section of the Apple developer website.

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