A Swift command-line tool designed to automate version updates for
Info.plist in Xcode projects.
Updating the version of an application can be repetitive. XcodeProjectBump is here to make this task a breeze. With a simple command, you can update major, minor, hotfix, or build versions. It intelligently searches for your
Info.plist file within your project, and applies the required changes. Say goodbye to manual version bumping!
- 🔍 Auto-detection of
Info.plistfile in Xcode project.
- 📈 Easily bump major, minor, hotfix, or build versions.
- 🍏 Built with Swift and leverages the power of
XcodeProjfor project manipulations.
(Here, you can provide details on how to clone the repository, build the tool, and install it.)
- Using Mint
$ brew install mint
$ mint install techinpark/XcodeProjectBump
To use XcodeProjectBump, navigate to your Xcode project’s root directory in the terminal and type:
$ XcodeProjectBump [flags]
- –major: To bump the major version (e.g., 1.0.0 to 2.0.0).
- –minor: To bump the minor version (e.g., 1.0.0 to 1.1.0).
- –hotfix: To bump the hotfix version (e.g., 1.0.0 to 1.0.1).
- –build: To bump the build number (e.g., 10 to 11).
Note: If multiple flags are provided, the tool will prioritize major > minor > hotfix.
Example: To bump the minor version:
$ XcodeProjectBump --minor
The tool will output the previous and updated versions for confirmation.
We welcome contributions! Please raise an issue or submit a pull request if you would like to contribute.
XcodeProjectBump is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.