[TxMt] Re: RubyCocoa Bundle - Sending application's output to HTML

jeanpierre at gmail.com jeanpierre at gmail.com
Thu May 31 22:51:18 UTC 2007

On 5/31/07, Benjamin Jackson <ben at incomumdesign.com> wrote:
> > […]
> > if the former, does the xcode bundle not work? i thought it just
> > used the xcodebuild tool which should works for rubycocoa
> > applications as well.
> > […]
> The former. I'd use the xcode bundle but I wanted to use Rake to
> develop a more generalized build language instead of worrying about
> binary XCode projects.
> any ideas? I'm happy to work with you on this. take care,

well, i'll describe my workflow a bit and maybe we can come up with

rather than replace the xcode project file, i augment it with a series of
rake tasks. the xcode project still provides great organization and i'd
really rather not try and memorize all those flags/settings adn replicate a
lot of the structure it provides. i've just wrapped the xcodebuild tool in
some rake tasks which dynamically publish targets and configurations.
additionally i have tasks for generating bridge support files and some ruby
bits like rspec/mocha/rcov and what not.

i'd like to build a base set of rake tasks into rubycocoa and have the
project templates provide you with a stub (much like rails does) as well.

which part of the development cycle did you want to use rake for? building,
launching the build product, testing?

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