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xed(1)							    BSD General Commands Manual 						    xed(1)

xed -- Xcode text editor invocation tool. SYNOPSIS
xed [-xcwrbhv] [-l lineno] [file ...] DESCRIPTION
The xed tool launches the Xcode application and opens the given documents, or opens a new untitled document, optionally with the contents of standard in. OPTIONS
The options for xed are similar to those for the command-line utiltiies for other text editors: -x, --launch Launches Xcode opening a new empty unsaved file, without reading from standard input. -c, --create Creates any files in the file list that do not already exist. If used without --launch, standard input will be read and piped to the last file created. -w, --wait Wait for the files to be closed before exiting. xed will idle in a run loop waiting for a notification from Xcode when each file is closed, and will only terminate when all are closed. This is useful when invoking it from a script. -l, --line <number> Selects the given line in the last file opened. -b, --background Opens Xcode without activating it; the process that invoked xed remains in front. -h, --help Prints a brief summary of usage. -v, --version Prints the version number of xed [file...] A list of file paths. Existing files will be opened; nonexistent files will be created only if the --create flag is passed. If no files are passed, then standard input will be read and piped into a new untitled dcument (unless --launch is passed). If --create and at least one nonexistent file name is passed, the last nonexistent file will be created, filled with the standard input, and opened. HISTORY
xed was introduced in Mac OS X 10.5 with Xcode 3.0. Mac OS June 1, 2019 Mac OS

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XCODEINDEX(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 					     XCODEINDEX(1)

xcodeindex -- indexes Xcode projects SYNOPSIS
xcodeindex [-project projectname] [-configuration configurationname] [-quiet] [-destPath path] [-loglevel level] [indexaction ...] xcodeindex -version xcodeindex -help DESCRIPTION
xcodeindex indexes an Xcode project. Usage Run xcodeindex from the directory containing your project (i.e. the directory containing the projectname.xcode package). If you have multiple projects in the this directory you will need to use -project to indicate which project should be indexed. By default, xcodeindex updates the project index if it exists, otherwise it creates a new index. Options -project projectname Index the project specified by projectname. Required if there are multiple project files in the same directory. -configuration configurationname Use the build configuration specified by configurationname when indexing the project. If none is specified, the active configuration is used. -quiet Suppresses all logging while indexing. -destPath path Places the project index in the directory specified by path. -loglevel level Turns on varying degrees of indexing debugging. The level range is from zero to six, enabling a staggered number of the existing index- ing defaults for the indexer. If an option greater than six is used, then the maximum level of logging is enabled. The logging levels are defined as: 0 No logging 1 Prints the name of the file being indexed. This is the default logging level. 2 File processing output 3 Symbol updating output 4 Symbol insertion and creation output 5 Parser basic output 6 Parser error output The levels are inclusive (thus enabling log level 4 would also automatically include levels 1, 2, and 3). Output from higher logging levels than the default (level 1) is not expected to be useful for most developers, but could be valuable in troubleshooting cases where there is a problem with indexing a particular Xcode project. indexaction ... Specify an index action (or actions) to perform on the project. Available build actions are: clean Removes the index for the project. build Updates the index for the project, creating it if necessary. This is the default index action. stats Prints the statistics for the index (number of classes, etc) dump Dumps a tab-delimited format of the index (for major symbols - classes, methods, etc) to stdout -version Displays component version numbers for xcodeindex. These can be compared to the version numbers in the Xcode application's About Xcode window. -help Displays usage information for xcodeindex. EXAMPLES
xcodeindex clean Cleans the index. xcodeindex -project FirstProject -project SecondProject -project ThirdProject -configuration Debug -quiet Indexes three projects using the Debug configuration and suppresses all logging. Mac OS X September 16, 2008 Mac OS X
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