18 Oct '12, 6pm

Xcode and git: bridging the gap

October 18, 2012 Tagged: git ios xcode Comments (View) Xcode and git: bridging the gap Apple integrated git into Xcode 4 in 2011 much to the relief of iOS developers everywhere. Unfortunately when collaborating on projects with multiple developers, Xcode and git can still seem miles apart. Here are some ways that we can bridge the gap. .gitignore The first adjustment is to tell git to ignore certain files generated by the OS X Finder and Xcode, artifacts from the build process and automatic backup files. The Xcode configuration files pertain to each developer’s install of Xcode and don’t need to be kept under version control. Add the following contents to a .gitignore file at your project’s root. # OS X Finder .DS_Store # Xcode per-user config *.mode1 *.mode1v3 *.mode2v3 *.perspective *.perspectivev3 *.pbxuser *.xcworkspace xcuserdata # Build products build/ *.o *.LinkFile...

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