How to package Apple Frameworks

To package a MyFramework Apple framework, copy/create a folder MyFramework.framework to your package folder, where you should put all the subdirectories (Headers, Modules, etc).

def package(self):
    # If you have the framework folder built in your build_folder:
    self.copy("MyFramework.framework/*", symlinks=True)
    # Or build the destination folder:
    self.copy("*.h", dst="MyFramework.framework/Headers")
    # ...

Declare the framework in the cpp_info object, passing a compiler flag -F with the directory of the framework folder (self.package_folder) and linker flags with the -F and -framework with the framework name.

def package_info(self):
    # Note that -F flags are not automatically adjusted in "cmake"
    # generator so it will be needed to declare its path like this:
    # self.cpp_info.exelinkflags.append("-F path/to/the/framework -framework MyFramework")

    f_location = '-F "%s"' % self.package_folder
    self.cpp_info.cflags.append(f_location) # or cpp_info.cppflags if cpp library
    self.cpp_info.sharedlinkflags.extend([f_location, "-framework MyFramework"])
    self.cpp_info.exelinkflags = self.cpp_info.sharedlinkflags