If Tuist caught your attention and you'd like to explore it further, the following resources will help you configure and get the most out of the tool:
- Getting started: Learn how to install the tool on your environment and generate your first project.
- Manifest files: Projects are defined in manifest files. This page describes all the attributes that are available.
- Dependencies: Learn how to define dependencies between targets and with pre-compiled libraries and frameworks.
- Setup: Learn about the
upcommand which handles the configuration of the environment for your projects to run.
- Managing versions: It dives into how Tuist ensures rep
- Frequently asked questions: Find answers for the most commonly asked questions.
The following list contains all the documentation for people that are interested in contributed to the project. They get updated as the project evolves so even if you are already a contributor, we'd recommend you to revisit them once in a while:
- Getting started as a contributor: Are you new to contributing to the project? You'll find some recommendations to start from.
- Code of conduct: Needless to say, you should be a nice developer, have a good conduct and reject any unacceptable behavior from you or any member of the project.
- Changelog guidelines - Changes to the project are reflected in the project
CHANGELOG.mdfile. This document contains some guidelines the file adheres to.
- Core team: The Tuist Core team is a group of contributors that have demonstrated a lasting enthusiasm for the project and community. You can read more about their responsibilities and get to know the team.
- Zen principles: A set of principles on which maintainers and contributors base their decisions.