Release: grunt-xcode v201 Oct 2014
complete rewrite + new features: grunt-xcode
I started building the initial version of
grunt-xcode around November last year. The primary reason for the project was that I was getting tired of manually having to do iOS builds for our clients - it needed to be a part of our Grunt build task.
I stumbled upon
shenzhen which actually worked fairly well for me as a command-line tool, so I thought “hey let me just wrap this in JS”. That was probably not the wisest decision, but
grunt-xcode v1 ended up sort of working for us (not so much for everybody else).
To be honest the code was quite ugly and I didn’t like the dependency on a RubyGem - it just didn’t feel right. I also started getting some bug reports on GitHub and email.
- remove dependency on
- added support for all parameters available in
- show progress indicators for archiving and export tasks
stdoutif Grunt is run with the
I’m actively using
grunt-xcode for a client project and it’s been working out great for me.
grunt-xcode is just as simple as any other
For a list of all options please refer to the README.
Hopefully the codebase is a lot more readable now, that was at least the goal.
Please do let me know if you run into any issues with
grunt-xcode, I’m sure there are multiple cases I haven’t tested properly.