Introducing Censorius, a fully deterministic and stable UUID generator

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  • censorius

    Censorius is a small gem that generates deterministic and stable UUID paths for Xcodeproj. It's meant to be used either with CocoaPods or Xcake to reduce meaningless Xcode project file differences, and therefore make Xcode incremental builds after project generation shorter.

  • Xcodeproj

    Create and modify Xcode projects from Ruby.

    Censorius is a small gem that generates deterministic and stable UUID paths for Xcodeproj. It's meant to be used either with CocoaPods or Xcake to reduce meaningless Xcode project file differences, and therefore make Xcode incremental builds after project generation shorter.

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  • CocoaPods

    The Cocoa Dependency Manager.

    Censorius is a small gem that generates deterministic and stable UUID paths for Xcodeproj. It's meant to be used either with CocoaPods or Xcake to reduce meaningless Xcode project file differences, and therefore make Xcode incremental builds after project generation shorter.

  • xcake

    :cake: Describe Xcode projects in a human readable format and (re)generate one on demand.

    Censorius is a small gem that generates deterministic and stable UUID paths for Xcodeproj. It's meant to be used either with CocoaPods or Xcake to reduce meaningless Xcode project file differences, and therefore make Xcode incremental builds after project generation shorter.

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