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by Swift-Next ST4 Mac

iOS build system for Sublime Text editor with simulator management support

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iOS build system for Sublime Text 4

Usage

  1. Sublime Text has a limitation in its internals to map a given build system to a scope of a project. If you're unable to find iOS - * build options on your primary+shift+b key press, you should run the given command: iOS build: Create dummy file in project root in command palette. It will creates a dummy file .iOS-sublime-build in the root of your project folder to force ST to add this build system to the project.

[!NOTE] You're free to add this file into .gitignore or delete it at any moment, it stores no important info within itself.

  1. You have to setup this plugin regarding to Xcode project you're working with in *.sublime-project settings as follow:
"settings": {
    "ios_build_system": {
        "projectfile_name": "YourApp.xcodeproj", // could be .xcworkspace as well
        "scheme": "AppScheme",
        "bundle": "com.yourapp.yourapp",
    },
},

After this all building commands should work as expected now.