CocoaPods support #135

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jasperblues opened this Issue Mar 23, 2013 · 4 comments

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I want to be able to install libPoco into my projects using the popular CocaoPods (www.cocoapods.org) library manager. . . Usually CocoaPods builds dependencies by source. I'm checking, but I don't think CocoaPods supports build with Gnu Auto Tools. . . .

. . . the workaround would be to have a build server upload pre-built iOS and OSX binaries to a directory on the/a github page.

Would you be insterested in having a directory of pre-built binaries. I could supply the build-server and scripts for iOS and OSX dialy builds. . . . Otherwise I will create a specific "PocoPods" fork that does this. . . (I would have to write a script or something to pull in tags and publish builds). . .

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aleks-f commented Mar 24, 2013

Would you be insterested in having a directory of pre-built binaries.

Yes, we are interested. We are planning an integrated CI system ( most likely based on CruiseControl ) and this fits into that effort. I will provide some build environments, but Günter has more details on the overall plan. He'll be back from vacation in a week or so and can provide more information about it.

I've used Cruise Control before and its great. But it does require more reading of docs and manual set-up.

The system that I'm using now is Bamboo, from Atlassian. . . Its free for open-source, plus you can get a "Ten users & ten projects" license for $USD 10 - pretty cheap. . . . I've still got some space on my server if you want to try it out. . . .

. . . Another system that has similar features to Cruise Control, but is more easy to set up is Jenkins. . . This one is fully free and open-source.

. . . . I'll create a project on GitHub called "PocoPods" specifically for building the iOS and OSX binaries. . . CI build will poll the main project for new tags and build them. . . Once that's working, we can merge it into the main project if you like.

Sound ok?

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Would you be insterested in having a directory of pre-built binaries.

Yes, we are interested. We are planning an integrated CI system ( most likely based on CruiseControl ) and this fits into that effort. I will provide some build environments, but Günter has more details on the overall plan. He'll be back from vacation in a week or so and can provide more information about it.


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aleks-f commented Mar 24, 2013

sounds fine, btw do you have any experience with travis? I played with it a bit and found the build environment very limited and constrained for our case.

I've used a few projects that did amazing things with it, but have never tried to use it myself.

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On Mar 24, 2013, at 2:14 PM, Aleksandar Fabijanic notifications@github.com wrote:

sounds fine, btw do you have any experience with travis? I played with it a bit and found the build environment very limited and constrained for our case.


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