The issue is described here : there is no way to control the visibility an objective-c class, and in a plugin context where many plugins might embed variations of a unique library that means conflicts, and ugly crashes. The usual solution, as far as I understand, is just to append some prefix to your own class names. And if you build more than one product, make sure that this prefix is unique for each product. Other solutions are listed here : shared framework, or building classes at runtime but I don't want to consider them for now. So I suggest another solution, which is a brutal but efficient variation of the unique prefix appended to obj-c class names: just append a specific prefix to the names of all you obj-c classes names , lets say "BALAI_BROSSE". Compile your products as usual. And then, for each product, generate a random string of the same length, let's say "OIETDKFJKDSF" , and just do a binary search & replace on the compiled binary, replacing all occurences of BALAI_BROSSE with OEITDKFJKDSF. This step (generating the random string and doing the binary search&replace) can be easily integrated into the build process.

The program I am using to do that is here: But feel free to find it dumb and ugly, I'm sure it can be done in one line of perl.

And apparently it works perfectly , I'm not getting anymore the Class Foobar_BALAI_BROSSE is implemented in both foo0 and foo1. One of the two will be used. Which one is undefined. warnings . Which is great.