dooZdev/Highway

Automate development tasks using Swift.


License
MIT

Documentation

Automate development tasks using Swift.

  1. Build frameworks you can use to write a script in swift that runs Terminal commands
  2. Building with xcbuild from swift code
  3. Run terminal commands from swift
  4. Generate code using Sourcery

Usage

First resolve some dependencies from the xcode project

carthage update --no-build --use-submodules`
xcodebuild -project Sources/highway/Automate🛣.xcodeproj -scheme AutomateHighway

Run from Terminal

cd Sources/highway
<#path to automate app, probably derivedData#>/Automate.app/Contents/MacOS/Automate 🤖command:sourcery

Integrate in your project

Use Carthage

  1. Add Cartfile with > github "doozMen/highway" "master" // ⚠️ change master to a tag to fix on a version

  2. carthage update --no-build --use-submodules

  3. Embed the 🛣.xcodeproj file in your project like ZFile.xcodeProj is embeded in `🛣.xcodeproj

  4. Set the framework search path to $(BUILD_DIR)/$(CONFIGURATION)$(EFFECTIVE_PLATFORM_NAME) in the GENERAL project settings,

    ⚠️ so not in the target. In the target(s) use $inherited

  5. Add macOS Automate target

  6. Embed all frameworks from Highway except the iOS versions

  7. Embed CuportinoJWT (add project from Sources/Carthage/CheckOuts/CupertinoJWT)

  8. Embed ZFile (add project from Sources/Carthage/CheckOuts/ZFile)

The goal is not to provide an out of the box script. You use the different frameworks to automate your workflow.


The rest is extra

git-secret

The api key to appstore connect is stored via git-secret. run git-secret reveal to use it.