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openbakery/gradle-xcodePlugin

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gradle-xcodePlugin

The gradle xcode plugin (gxp) makes it easier to build Xcode projects by specifying the build settings in a single configuration file. The goal is to keep the build file as simple as possible, but also enable a great flexibility for the build.

The gxp uses the Apple command line tools (like xcodebuild) to perform the build.

Here a brief overview of the features:

Note

With version 0.12 the sdk parameter was removed and was replaced by the new type and simulator parameter

Here a table of the values for the migration to 0.12:

sdk (old) type (new) simulator (new)
iphonesimulator iOS true
iphoneos iOS false
macosx OSX (this value is ignored)

Requirements

  • Xcode 5 or greater
  • Gradle 2.0 or greater
  • Java 1.6 or greater

Current stable version is 0.12.2

0.9.x up to 0.12.x supports Xcode 5, Xcode 6.+ and Xcode 7.+

Documentation

Usage

Create a build.gradle file and place it in the same directory where xcodeproj file lies.

Here the minimal content you need in your build.gradle file:

plugins {
  id "org.openbakery.xcode-plugin" version "0.12.2"
}

xcodebuild {
  scheme = 'MY-SCHEMA'
  target = 'MY-TARGET'
}

Example

You find example projects in example/ with a working build.gradle file. After you have fetched the example go to the example/iOS/Example directory and you build the project different targets:

  • Build with gradle xcodebuild
  • Run the unit tests with gradle test
  • Perform a device build and upload it to hockeyapp with gradle integration. Here you need to specify your sign settings first (see Signing ). Open the build.gradle file an follow the instructions.
  • Perform an appstore build with gradle appstore. (Also the sign settings are needed).

Collaborate

I'm always happy to receive pull requests with new features and if you send a pull request please consider the following things:

  • Use the develop branch for pull requests, because all the new stuff is implemented in the develop branch and also pull requests are always merge into develop
  • Use Tabs instead of spaces.
  • Make sure that all unit tests are working before you send the pull request. Just run 'gradle test'
  • I urge you to write unit tests.
  • For unit test please use the spock framework for mocking. I want to remove the old gmock framework and port the old tests to use spock.
  • If a pull request does not contain any unit tests, I always think twice if I should merge it at all.