XCMetrics is the easiest way to collect Xcode builds metrics and improve your developer productivity.
XCMetrics is built on top of XCLogParser, which is a tool that can parse Xcode and xcodebuild logs stored in the xcactivitylog format. This allows XCMetrics to collect accurate metrics for you to review and keep track during the lifetime of a codebase. XCMetrics has collected almost 1 million builds and over 10 billion steps from all Spotify iOS applications since its introduction. It has allowed us to make important and informed decision in regards to our project structure and architecture.
Head over to our Getting Started docs to see how to integrate XCMetrics in your project.
XCMetrics is built using Swift Package Manager, you just need to open the
Package.swift file in Xcode:
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Reach us at the
#xcmetrics channel in Slack.
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A full list of contributors can be found on GitHub.
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Copyright 2020 Spotify, Inc.
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0: https://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
This product includes software developed by the "Marcin Krzyzanowski" (http://krzyzanowskim.com/).
Please report sensitive security issues via Spotify's bug-bounty program rather than GitHub.
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command: ["./XCMetricsBackend", "queues", "--scheduled", "--env", "production"]
truncateLargeIssuesflag to the client to truncate the number of issues reported per task to 100. Useful to save database space and fix memory issues in the Backend