Manage the Xcodes installed on your Mac
brew install robotsandpencils/made/xcodes
These are Developer ID-signed release builds and don't require Xcode to already be installed in order to use.
Download a release
Download the latest release from the Releases page. These are Developer ID-signed release builds and don't require Xcode to already be installed in order to use.
mint install RobotsAndPencils/xcodes
Build from source
Building from source requires Xcode 10.2 or later, so it's not an option for setting up a computer from scratch.
git clone https://github.com/RobotsAndPencils/xcodes cd xcodes make install # or, if /usr/local/ isn't in your PATH PREFIX=/your/install/directory make install
While installing, you may get the following output:
swift build error: terminated(72): xcrun --sdk macosx --find xctest output:
If that occurs, it means you need to select a version of Xcode. You can do this with
xcode-select or by choosing a Command Line Tools option in Xcode's preferences Locations tab.
xcodes install 10.1
You'll then be prompted to enter your Apple ID username and password. You can also provide these with the
XCODES_PASSWORD environment variables.
After successfully authenticating, xcodes will save your Apple ID password into the keychain and will remember your Apple ID for future use. If you need to use a different Apple ID than the one that's remembered, set the
XCODES_USERNAME environment variable.
list: Lists the versions of Xcode available to download
install <version>: Downloads and installs a version of Xcode
installed: Lists the versions of Xcodes that are installed in /Applications on your computer
update: Updates the list of available versions of Xcode
version: Prints the xcodes version
Notable design decisions are recorded in DECISIONS.md. The Apple authentication flow is described in Apple.paw, which will allow you to play with the API endpoints that are involved using the Paw app.
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