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A command-line tool that reorganizes your Xcode project folder to match your Xcode groups.
$ gem install synx
:warning: WARNING: Make sure that your project is backed up through source control before doing anything :warning:
Execute the command on your project to have it reorganize the files on the file system:
$ synx path/to/my/project.xcodeproj
It may have confused CocoaPods. If you use them, execute this command:
$ pod install
You're good to go!
Synx supports the following options:
--prune, -p remove source files and image resources that are not referenced by the the Xcode project --no-color removes all color from the output --no-default-exclusions doesn't use the default exclusions of /Libraries, /Frameworks, and /Products --no-sort-by-name disable sorting groups by name --quiet, -q silence all output --exclusion, -e EXCLUSION ignore an Xcode group while syncing
For example, OCMock could have been organized using this command:
$ synx -p -e "/OCMock/Core Mocks" -e /OCMockTests Source/OCMock.xcodeproj/
if they had wanted not to sync the
/OCMock/Core Mocks and
/OCMockTests groups, and also remove (
-p) any image/source files found by synx that weren't referenced by any groups in Xcode.
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