xcake - (No Longer Maintained) :cake: Describe Xcode projects in a human readable format and (re)generate one on demand

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It's been 4 years since Xcake was first released and the iOS development scene has changed. We now have Fastlane, Swift and almost everyone uses Cocoapods. On top of that I have less time to dedicate to this tool than before. Luckily whilst Xcake once stood alone, there are noe finally some very strong alternatives.

https://github.com/jcampbell05/xcake

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