When working on open source projects, the first thing you often have to do is to change the target’s signing to your own Team and Bundler Identifier.
I was doing exactly that on a new open source project.
But every time the project has updates, you have to set the Team and Bundler Identifier again..
A faster way using xcconfig
xcconfig is simply a file with key-value pairs. You can add new file, and setup as such:
DEVELOPMENT_TEAM = ORIGINAL_TEAM_ID ORGANIZATION_IDENTIFIER = com.originalcompany #include? "DeveloperSettings.xcconfig"
Then in your very own
DeveloperSettings.xcconfig, override with your own:
DEVELOPMENT_TEAM = YOUR_TEAM_ID ORGANIZATION_IDENTIFIER = com.yourcompany
This file should be added to gitignore, since every developer will have their own.
The open source project has to be changed as such:
- Project > Configurations > Set the configuration file to the xcconfig
- In Build Settings, remove DEVELOPMENT_TEAM
- In Build Settings, change PRODUCT_BUNDLE_IDENTIFIER to
These are the changes in a commit for the Mixed Reality project.
UPDATE: Extractor Tool
Thanks to iOS Dev Weekly for featuring this post, and sharing a nice tool that to extract configurations from the project into xcconfig files. Check out BuildSettingExtractor