One of the advantages of defining your projects in Swift is that we can leverage Xcode and the Swift compiler to safely edit the projects with syntax auto-completion and documentation.
Tuist provides a command,
tuist edit, which generates and opens a temporary Xcode project that includes all the manifest files in the current directory, and the files the manifests depend on (e.g. project description helpers).
Editing your projects is easy; position yourself in a directory where there's a project defined and run the following command:
It will open a temporary Xcode project with all the project manifests and the project description helpers, so you will be able to edit the whole project configuration. After making changes you can run the target from Xcode and it will call
tuist generate for you.
The project is deleted automatically once you are done with editing. If you wish to generate and keep the project in the current directory, you can run the command passing the
tuist edit --permanent
That will generate a
Manifest.xcodeproj project that you can open manually.