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libclang.dylib causing Xcode to crash


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Sometimes when I try and build a project in Xcode, roughly 1 in 10 times, it crashes and quits. I then get an error box which says: "Xcode quit unexpectedly while using the libclang.dylib plug-in". Xcode will also sometimes crash randomly with no error report. I have never heard of libclang before, what should I do?
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