With the Xcode 8 GM release, plugins are no longer supported, and therefore our Xcode plugin no longer works. Xcode has never officially supported third party plugins and no public APIs are available. However, over 500 plugins, including the OneSky Xcode plugin, were created using private APIs and code injection bundles.
One workaround to this recent change would be to un-sign your Xcode copy, which is not the most ideal solution.
Another option would be to turn the plugin into a standalone app. OneSky product team will contemplate this option for our Xcode plugin.
Please reach out to our support team if you have any questions or concerns.
The workaround isn't possible for my organisations.
I hope in a standalone app.
So, in the meanwhile?
I have a project in production and if I can not handle my translations, I'll have to migrate my solution.
One of the solution is to use earlier version of Xcode .
Personally I develop on Xcode 8 but to upload/download my translations from OneSky I use Xcode 7 and it works fine.
+1 for a standalone app.
bonus points for providing a scripting interface so that we can interact from build phase scripts if appropriate.
Option on turning the plugin into a standalone app is the best. It will make using Xcode easier and add some independence for organization.
thank you for the information!
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