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Tuist is a command line tool that makes generating and interacting with Xcode projects easy and convenient. The project was started by Pedro Piñera in 2017, together with some other open source projects Tuist is built upon. Since then, Tuist has empowered several projects and organizations that faced the struggles and cumbersomeness of using Xcode at scale.
Tuist is a fully-featured tool for Xcoders. It abstracts intricacies of Xcode projects to let you focus on coding your apps for Apple platforms. It’s entirely written in Swift, and thoroughly tested for your projects to safely rely on it.
Tuist is here to stay, and our team of Core maintainers is working hard to ensure that it does. However, nobody is currently being paid for this work, meaning that everybody here dedicated a big chunk of their free time towards making sure that Tuist is the best it's ever been. We have lofty goals, so anything would help to keep us going!
In the future, we would also like to work on other things that will improve the Tuist ecosystem. Here's a couple of ideas:
- Manage signing certificates and provisioning profiles with a robust and standard approach.
- Publish new versions of the app directly from the terminal, without having to write a single automation script.
- Support for transitive static dependencies with resources.
- Support for app extensions.