Build Numbers in Xcode

Working on a Mac / iOS projects, I have been trying to come up with an easy way to bump versions when it goes out the door for testing or production. Mostly I have been working it out manually, yet that is now fun after the dozenth time. I  started looking around for something that would fit my workflow. I found a couple of posts that help me out.

After reading the two posts (especially the last one), it should be easy to follow what I am doing to bump the versions of the application. It feels natural with the gitflow technique. Download the code from the GitHub project here.


About Scott Densmore

A transplant from Seattle to Florida trying to bring some community love to the sunshine state. And don't call me a hippie.
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