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README.md

MotoSwift. Managed Objects to Swift.

Generates Swift NSManagedObject subclasses.

Benefits

Why is it better than Xcode generation?

  1. Xcode generates properties ignoring optional flag
  2. Allows to customize generated code with templates
  3. Allows to specify type for transform properties

Why is it better than Mogenerator?

  1. Allows to generate extensions for machine code

Additionally it allows to generate one file for whole model, e.g. you need list of entity names

Installation

  1. Install MotoSwift by downloading MotoSwift.pkg from the latest GitHub release and running it.

  2. From sources.

Clone or download project.

Run make install

If you need all components in one folder run make bundle. Now you can copy whole motoswift folder, and run motoswift/bin/motoswift from any place

Usage

  • motoswift human [OPTIONS] MODEL_PATH - generate human code for your model. Does not overwrite file, if file already exists

    Options:

    • --template - Path to entity template.
    • --file-mask - The file name mask for entity file, e.g: "{{class}}.swift"
    • --output - The output directory
  • motoswift machine [OPTIONS] MODEL_PATH - generate machine code for your model. Overwrites file every time

    Options:

    • --template - Path to entity template.
    • --file-mask - The file name mask for entity file, e.g: "{{class}}+Properties.swift"
    • --output - The output directory
  • motoswift model [OPTIONS] MODEL_PATH - generate code for your model

    Options:

    • --output - Output file path.
    • --template - Path to model template.

Examples

  1. Xcode style

motoswift human --template ./Templates/xcode/class.stencil --output ./SampleOutput/Xcode --file-mask "{{class}}+CoreDataClass.swift" ./Tests/MotoSwiftFrameworkTests/Resources/TypesModel.xcdatamodeld

motoswift machine --template ./Templates/xcode/properties.stencil --output ./SampleOutput/Xcode --file-mask "{{class}}+CoreDataProperties.swift" ./Tests/MotoSwiftFrameworkTests/Resources/TypesModel.xcdatamodeld

SampleOutput/Xcode

  1. Mogenerator style

motoswift human --template ./Templates/mogenerator/human.stencil --output ./SampleOutput/Mogenerator/Human --file-mask "{{class}}.swift" ./Tests/MotoSwiftFrameworkTests/Resources/TypesModel.xcdatamodeld

SampleOutput/Mogenerator/Human

motoswift machine --template ./Templates/mogenerator/machine.stencil --output ./SampleOutput/Mogenerator/Machine --file-mask "_{{class}}.swift" ./Tests/MotoSwiftFrameworkTests/Resources/TypesModel.xcdatamodeld

SampleOutput/Mogenerator/Machine

  1. All entity and field names

motoswift model --template ./Templates/model.stencil --output ./SampleOutput/Model/Model.swift ./Tests/MotoSwiftFrameworkTests/Resources/TypesModel.xcdatamodeld

SampleOutput/Model/Model.swift

Additional documentation

MotoSwift uses Stencil as template language

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