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Establish some momentum – Bithaus

Friday, November 10, 2006

Establish some momentum

Being new to this whole blogging thing… I’m going to try make frequent posts. Attempt to establish the habit of putting stuff up or at least writing about putting stuff up.

Those that know me know that talking about stuff isn’t usually a problem, so I’ll just need to work on the discipline of writing about stuff.

But this will really just be a post about posting… not quite. I forgot I had something to share.

And a little workflow you might find useful. I got annoyed about the number of steps required to get an Xcode project posted, so I built an Automater workflow: “Archive Xcode Project”.

Just put it in ~/Library/Workflows/Applications/Finder/ (create the path if needed) and you can control-click on an Xcode Project folder and get a nice clean archive ready for distribution. It strips .svn dirs, Build dirs and [username].* foo from your projects and then zips. Nice clean archives for sharing with friends and family.


posted by ganyard at 6:25 pm  

1 Comment

  1. I’ve created a little application, “Verpack”, which looks at all the files in an Xcode project and then copies them, along with their enclosing folder hierarchy. I still have to finish a few fixes and put up a new version on my web site, but the old one should still essentially work (well, it’ll probably create folders for system frameworks in some cases, which is a little stupid, but apart from that…).

    Let me know what you think.

    Comment by Uli Kusterer — November 13, 2006 @ 1:53 am

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