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Base Rakefile for RubyMotion projects incorporating the Salesforce Mobile SDK(iOS).
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
$:.unshift("/Library/RubyMotion/lib")
require 'motion/project/template/ios'
require 'rubygems'
require 'bundler'
Bundler.require
require 'sugarcube-repl'
Motion::Project::App.setup do |app|
# Use `rake config' to see complete project settings.
#### General Information
app.name = 'Mobile Admin Tools' # <-Set your project name here.
app.version = "1.0" # <- This is especially useful during TestFlight testing!
app.deployment_target = "6.0" # <- Minimum OS version for client device
app.device_family = [:iphone] # <- What devices can run this? other options include: :ipad
app.interface_orientations = [:portrait, :landscape_left, :landscape_right] # <- Hopefully obvious
#### Application Artwork.
app.icons = ["Icon.png", # <- iPhone non-retina standard icon
"Icon@2x.png"] # <- Retina iPhone icon
#### Application Frameworks
# This next line details the list of iOS frameworks that this application will require.
# While this list is specific to this application, it's pretty much the bare minimum needed
# for utilizing the Salesforce mobile SDK (iOS)
app.frameworks += %w(CFNetwork CoreData MobileCoreServices SystemConfiguration Security MessageUI QuartzCore OpenGLES CoreGraphics sqlite3)
#### Code signature, profile and Identifier info. ##Headache##
# Note well the difference between development (simulator use) and relase (on device use)!
app.development do
app.entitlements['get-task-allow'] = true
# app.identifier = '<<< INSERT YOUR APP IDENTIFIER HERE >>>'
# app.provisioning_profile = '<<< INSERT FULL PATH TO YOUR PROVISIONING PROFILE HERE >>>'
# app.codesign_certificate = '<<< INSERT NAME OF CODE SIGN CERTIFICATE HERE >>>'
end
app.release do
app.entitlements['get-task-allow'] = false # <- THIS IS CRUCIAL
# app.identifier = '<<< INSERT YOUR APP IDENTIFIER HERE >>>'
# app.provisioning_profile = '<<< INSERT FULL PATH TO YOUR PROVISIONING PROFILE HERE >>>'
# app.codesign_certificate = '<<< INSERT NAME OF CODE SIGN CERTIFICATE HERE >>>'
end
#### Additional Libraries Needed
# These are the minimum required libraries for use with the Salesforce mobile iOS SDK
app.libs << "/usr/lib/libxml2.2.dylib" # <- XML? ... yeah, we need it.
app.libs << "/usr/lib/libsqlite3.0.dylib" # <- Need to link against Sqlite 3
app.libs << "/usr/lib/libz.dylib" # <- Need to link against zlib
# This rakefile assumes you're following the practice of placing a copy of the Salesforce
# iOS sdk under <<ProjectRoot>>/vendor/Salesforce
app.libs << "vendor/Salesforce/dist/openssl/openssl/libcrypto.a" # <- Salesforce provided crypto lib
app.libs << "vendor/Salesforce/dist/openssl/openssl/libssl.a" # <- Salesforce provided SSL lib
app.libs << "vendor/Salesforce/dist/sqlcipher/sqlcipher/libsqlcipher.a" # <- Salesforce Provided Sqlite Encryption library
app.libs << "vendor/Salesforce/dist/SalesforceCommonUtils/Libraries/libSalesforceCommonUtils.a" # <- Salesforce provided, Non-open source library!
#### Entitlements
# In order for the application to securely store oAuth credentials, Salesforce apps need
# the keychain-access-groups entitlement, this shouldn't change.
app.entitlements['keychain-access-groups'] = [
app.seed_id + '.' + app.identifier
]
#### Vendor Projects, because sometimes, precompiled code sucks.
# While Salesforce provides precompiled versions of the following libraries under
# /vendor/Salesforce/dist/<<Lib Name>> the following libraries *MUST* be compiled
# so that rubymotion builds, and includes the bridgesupport file. This provides
# Rubymotion with access to methods that are in Obj-c categories etc.
# Restkit, because the pod isn't good enough.
# YOU MUST USE THE SALESFORCE DISTRIBUTED VERSION
# YOU MUST HAND COMPILE IT VIA VENDOR_PROJECT TO AVOID
# RANDOM SELECTOR_NOT_FOUND ERRORS. THAT IS ALL.
app.vendor_project "vendor/Salesforce/external/RestKit/RestKit", # <- path to root of library source
:xcode, # <- either :xcode or :static, use :xcode if there is a .xcodeproj file present
:target => 'RestKit', # <- if :xcode, specify the target you want to build
:headers_dir => "build/RestKit" # <- *this is the crucial bit* RubyMotion builds the
# .bridgesupport file from the headers,
# YOU MUST SPECIFY THE HEADER DIR.
# Salesforce SDK oAuth Library
# YOU MUST HAND COMPILE FROM SOURCE TO AVOID A SELECTOR
# NOT FOUND ERROR ON MACADDRESS. #JUSTSAYING.
app.vendor_project "vendor/Salesforce/native/SalesforceOAuth",
:xcode,
:target => 'SalesforceOAuth',
:headers_dir => "Headers/SalesforceOAuth"
# Salesforce SDK Libraries
# Yeah so trying the precompile versions in vendor dist is just
# futile on stupid on #thisIsWhyDevsDrink. Even if you get it
# running, it'll bomb with weird ass errors.
app.vendor_project "vendor/Salesforce/native/SalesforceSDK",
:xcode,
:target => "SalesforceSDK",
:headers_dir => "SalesforceSDK/Classes" # <- This is the most crucial .bridgesupport file
# to be generated.
#### CocoaPods!
# Who doesn't love them some cocoaPod goodness?
app.pods do
# pod 'RestKit' # <- Salesforce relies on THEIR FORK! DO NOT USE POD
pod 'FlurrySDK' # <- Flury Mobile Analytics SDK, this is optional, but Mobile Data Tools uses it.
pod 'Appirater' # <- Cocoa Pod for built in automatic prompting of "rate my app please", Options but Mobile Data Tools uses it.
pod 'MGSplitViewController' # <- A more feature rich split view controller, here as an example
pod 'MBProgressHUD' # <- For displaying pretty spinners with "wait already!" messages. Not in use in this app.
# pod 'SQLCipher' # <- don't use this. #iWasTemptedToo. #fail.
# pod 'FMDB' # <- Database wrapper not unlike active record. Not in use in this app
end
#TestFlight!
# While test flight is normally included via a cocoapod, RubyMotion has it's own Gem. This sets it up.
# This is optional, but highly recommended for on-device testing.
app.testflight.sdk = 'vendor/TestFlight'
app.testflight.api_token = '<<< TEST FLIGHT API TOKEN HERE >>>'
app.testflight.team_token = '<<< TEST FLIGHT TEAM TOKEN HERE >>>'
end # <- End App.setup block.
### Helper Rake Tasks
# These Rake tasks are helper tasks designed to make development smoother / better / faster / stronger!
# #6million$Dev
desc "Open latest crash log" # <- When the app crashes in the simulator it writes a .datXXXX file in the root
# of the project containing the crash log. this opens the latest one.
task :log do
app = Motion::Project::App.config
exec "less '#{Dir[File.join(ENV['HOME'], "/Library/Logs/DiagnosticReports/#{app.name}*")].last}'"
end
desc "Run simulator in retina mode" # <- default is non-retina mode
task :retina do
exec "bundle exec rake simulator retina=true"
end
desc "Run simulator on iPad" # <- Run on an Ipad, if device family includes :ipad
task :ipad do
exec "bundle exec rake simulator device_family=ipad"
end
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