Included in plans:
By default, the setting to update Xcode project files is turned on in Swiftify for Xcode (but turned off in the Offline Converter). When this option is turned on and you select Objective-C files for conversion, the app automatically selects the Xcode project file(s) that include the Objective-C file(s).
A checkbox next to the
.xcodeproj bundle means that the corresponding Xcode project file(s) will be updated during the conversion.
Updating Xcode projects is free so it does not incur any additional costs.
During the conversion, the Xcode project file(s) are automatically updated, and the links to the old Objective-C files are replaced with links to the converted Swift files.
You may not want the Xcode project file to be updated automatically in certain cases.
For example, in a fairly large project, you may want to make any changes to the project files manually.
To disable the updating of any particular Xcode project file, you can manually unselect the Xcode project file for a particular project in the project tree:
To disable processing of all Xcode project files by default, you can un-check this option under Preferences (⌘+,) => Converter and toggle the corresponding checkbox: