CocoaPods task

Azure Pipelines | Azure DevOps Server 2020 | Azure DevOps Server 2019 | TFS 2018 - TFS 2015

Use this task to run CocoaPods pod install.

CocoaPods is the dependency manager for Swift and Objective-C Cocoa projects. This task optionally runs pod repo update and then runs pod install.



YAML snippet

# CocoaPods
# Install CocoaPods dependencies for Swift and Objective-C Cocoa projects
- task: CocoaPods@0
    #workingDirectory: # Optional
    #projectDirectory: # Optional


Argument Description
Working directory
(Optional) Specify the working directory in which to execute this task. If left empty, the repository directory will be used.
Argument alias: workingDirectory
Force repo update
(Required) Selecting this option will force running 'pod repo update' before install.
Default value: false
Project directory
(Optional) Optionally specify the path to the root of the project directory. If left empty, the project specified in the Podfile will be used. If no project is specified, then a search for an Xcode project will be made. If more than one Xcode project is found, an error will occur.

Open source

This task is open source on GitHub. Feedback and contributions are welcome.


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