JENKINS-19595: Support multiple targets to be passed into xcodebuild #43

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Added a check box to indicate the target field should be interpreted as a regular expression. The output of the xcodebuild -list command is redirected to a byte array so it can be parsed as well as logged. When checked the parsed list of targets are compared against the regex and a -target parameter is added when a match is found.

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I wonder if this pull request should be rejected in favor of one with the checkbox in the advanced section. That way the checkbox could be applied to either the Target or Scheme textfield, whichever is set.

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It might be useful to say we will add all matching targets.

WOuld something like that be more readable ?

List matchedTargets = Collections2.filter(xcodebuildListParser.getTargets(),

 if (matchedTargets.isEmpty()) {
   return false;

 for (String matchedTarget : matchedTargets) {
     xcodeReport.append("target: ").append(matchedTarget);

any chance you could add a test case for this with real output from a command ?

That way if this breaks somehow, we will be able to able to add the new test case easily

typo: targets

Note: we should say here we will add all targets listed under xcodebuild -list, all that match the regexp.

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timothy-volvo added some commits Dec 17, 2014

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@lacostej lacostej merged commit 4117e44 into jenkinsci:master Jan 7, 2015

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