gitignore path to external framework

I have an xcode ios repository which I share with another developer.

In this project we use a framework sdk which is not part of the system so it is referred froms some other directory on our hard disc.

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    Do you see another solution?

    Thanks for your help!

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  • One Solution collect form web for “gitignore path to external framework”

    Rather than depend on your external framework being present on a developer’s computer tu could add it as a submodules to the repository. This has advantages:

    • the framework is added at a defined path relative to the project.
    • the version of the framework being used is specified so all developers are using the same version.
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