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Tayyab Hanif3,601 Points
cocoapods! it doesn't create workspace. instead gets this ..
Tayyabs-MBP:~ tayyab$ cd /Volumes/DATA/development/Example/Example Tayyabs-MBP:Example tayyab$ pod Usage:
$ pod COMMAND CocoaPods, the Cocoa library package manager.
+ init Generate a Podfile for the current directory. + install Install project dependencies to Podfile.lock versions + ipc Inter-process communication + lib Develop pods + list List pods + outdated Show outdated project dependencies + plugins Show available CocoaPods plugins + repo Manage spec-repositories + search Searches for pods + setup Setup the CocoaPods environment + spec Manage pod specs + trunk Interact with the CocoaPods API (e.g. publishing new specs) + try Try a Pod! + update Update outdated project dependencies and create new Podfile.lock
--silent Show nothing --version Show the version of the tool --verbose Show more debugging information --no-ansi Show output without ANSI codes --help Show help banner of specified command
Hey, Cocoapods seems to do the same thing for me, i hope you have solved this, but for future students, it's pod install, at least for me.
I'm getting exactly the same problem, I know this may sound silly, but what do I need to do? Many thanks.