Paulo Andrade

Keeper of Secrets.

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Feb 10, 2020
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If you’re like me, when working with .xcconfig files or building your shell script to include in a “Run Script” phase, you’ll keep running to the Terminal to run this:

xcodebuild -project <Project>.xcodeproj -target <Target> -showBuildSettings

But this means, opening the terminal, cd’ing to your project’s folder, remembering and typing all of that, and then piping that to a grep to figure out which build setting you want.

So I’ve build Xconfig, a simple Mac app to display build settings for the currently open Xcode projects.

Xconfig screenshot

Xconfig screenshot

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