ObjectBox is installed like any other pod, with the exception of an additional 3rd step:
pod 'ObjectBox' to the
Podfile in your Xcode project directory.
pod install in Terminal.
Pods/ObjectBox/setup.rb in Terminal.
If you don't have CocoaPods already, install it by typing
sudo gem install cocoapods in Terminal. If you don't have a
cd into your Xcode project folder and create one using
pod init as usual. Now find the
# Pods for MyTargetName comment for each target and add the following below it:
pod repo updatepod installPods/ObjectBox/setup.rb
The first call will ensure your local copy of the list of available CocoaPods is current, the second call is your usual procedure when adding a new pod to your
Podfile that will download the newest release of ObjectBox to your
Pods directory and install the pod in your Xcode workspace.
Once you have ObjectBox downloaded,
setup.rb will set up the ObjectBox preprocessor in your project for every target with an executable.
You can now open your project's Xcode workspace as usual and follow the rest of this tutorial.