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reidmain The "Release" folder in the build directory is now part of the framew…
…ork search path for Ad Hoc and App Store builds.

This is to prevent the strange scenario when an App Store build is
being done but a target dependency doesn’t have a “App Store” build
configuration so the output of the dependency is not copied to the same
folder and therefore cannot be located.
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README.md

Overview

While working on personal projects I found myself constantly doing the same steps over and over again whenever I would create a new project. So I decided to jump into unknown world that is "Xcode Project Template documentation" and figure out how to create my own project template.

Most of what I learned was by looking at Apple's own templates (which are located in /Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Library/Xcode/Templates/Project Templates/ and /Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/Developer/Library/Xcode/Templates/Project Templates/) but one person in particular really helped me out.

Mere days after Xcode 4 was released @borealkiss made this great blog post about their discoveries about Xcode 4's project templating system. If you are interested learning about Xcode 4's project templates you should definitely read that blog post and check out borealkiss' templates.

Installation

Run install.sh with the name of the folder you would like the templates to be copied to. If you don't provide a name it will default to "1414 Degrees".

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