xcproj is a command line tool for manipulating Xcode project files. It doesn’t do much yet. It also serves as a testbed for XCDUndocumentedChecker.
xcproj works with Xcode 5 and 6. Xcode 4 support has been discontinued.
brew install xcproj
To install the
xcproj tool in
/usr/local/bin run the following command, with
sudo if required:
xcodebuild -target xcproj install DSTROOT=/
If you want to install
xcproj in a custom location, e.g.
~/bin, run the following command:
xcodebuild -target xcproj install DSTROOT=/ INSTALL_PATH=~/bin
xcproj [options] <action> [arguments] Options: -h, --help Show this help text and exit -V, --version Show program version and exit -p, --project Path to an Xcode project (*.xcodeproj file). If not specified, the project in the current working directory is used -t, --target Name of the target. If not specified, the first target is used Actions: * list-targets List all the targets in the project * list-headers [All|Public|Project|Private] (default=Public) List headers from the `Copy Headers` build phase * read-build-setting <build_setting> Evaluate a build setting and print its value. If the build setting does not exist, nothing is printed * write-build-setting <build_setting> <value> Assign a value to a build setting. If the build setting does not exist, it is added to the target * add-xcconfig <xcconfig_path> Add an xcconfig file to the project and base all configurations on it * add-resources-bundle <bundle_path> Add a bundle to the project and in the `Copy Bundle Resources` build phase * touch Rewrite the project file
- xcproj relies on the DevToolsCore private framework. Although great care has been taken, it might stop working when you upgrade Xcode.