“Like Ruby but with g”
Working on a project with a huge amount of remote pods I had some troubles:
- Slow and unnecessary indexing of remote pods targets, which implementation I rarely try to edit;
- Redundant rebuild time, probably as a result of problems
CocoaPods hooks or Xcode build system;
- Freezing UI during navigation.
You can read
full story on my blog.
Rugby is CLI tool that was developed to solve the above problems:
+ Cache all remote pods dependencies and remove their targets from the Pods project;
+ Rebuild only changed remote pods;
+ Remove unnecessary sources from a project and reduce project size;
+ Drop any unneeded targets with sources and resources by RegEx.
What makes it different?
Not a dependency
Doesn’t change Podfile
Metrics after each command
Fancy log output
You can read more about
Feel free to report any issues or suggest some new feature requests.
Quick start with
mint install swiftyfinch/rugby
How to use
Run in your project directory after each pod install:
pod install && rugby
Or read more about Plans
|General Rugby documentation.|
|Convert remote pods to prebuilt dependencies.|
|Run a predefined sequence of commands.|
|Keep only selected targets and all their dependencies.|
|Remove any targets by RegEx.|
- Open source
- Pull requests CI
- Move e2e tests to Fastlane
- Unit tests
- Speed up e2e tests
- Improve Cache command