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Surround SCM Xcode 3 Integration

Article ID: 750  |  Last updated: 30 Sep, 2015

Surround SCM 2012.0 - 2013.0 supports integration with Xcode 3.1.3 - 3.2.

This article includes information about installing the plug-in, configuring the integration, configuring a Surround SCM connection, and performing Surround SCM actions.

Note: The following information only applies to Xcode 3. See Surround SCM Xcode 4 Integration if you use Xcode 4.

Installing the plug-in

The Xcode plug-in is installed during the Surround SCM Client installation. If you did not install it, close Xcode, rerun the installer, and select the Xcode integration option.

Configuring the integration in Xcode

  1. In Xcode, choose SCM > Configure SCM Repositories. The Xcode Preferences dialog box opens.
  2. Click the plus button to add a repository.
  3. Select Surround SCM in the SCM System list.
  4. Click OK.
  5. Enter the Surround Settings information used to connect to the Surround SCM Server, branch, and repository you want to associate the project with.
    xcodepreferences2.png

Configuring a Surround SCM connection

Note: Surround SCM actions are only supported at the project level. Actions are not supported in the Repositories window that opens when you choose SCM > Repositories.

  1. Open or create a project in Xcode.
  2. Choose Project > Edit Project Settings. The Project Info window opens.
    xcodeprojectinfo3.png
  3. Click Configure Roots & SCM. The Project Roots & SCM sheet opens.
    xcodeprojectrootsscm2.png
  4. Select Surround SCM in the SCM provider list.
  5. Select the repository connection you configured.
  6. Click OK. The Surround SCM project connection is created.

Performing Surround SCM actions

Choose an action from the SCM menu or right-click a file in the Project window and choose an action.

Article ID: 750  |   Last updated: 30 Sep, 2015
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