Randall Randall - 1 year ago 102
iOS Question

Adding Unit Tests to an already existing project?

When you create an XCode 4 project, it asks you if you want to include unit testing. But how do you add it to a project that's been created without them?

I started a project with Unit Tests to try to figure it out, and it looks like the only difference between it and my existing project are the Test.h and Test.m files in the new project.

But when I move them into my old project and try to build, it says no such file or directory: SenTestingKit/SenTestingKit.h. That looks like a framework to me, but if I go to build phases and try to add the framework, there isn't one available called SenTestingKit :( And the new project only links the usual suspects: UIKit, CoreGraphics, and Foundation, but no SenTestingKit.

Answer Source

I think you can do this in this way:

  1. Open your Xcode project
  2. Open targets
  3. Click "Add Target" button
  4. Click "Other"
  5. Select "Cocoa Touch Unit Test Testing Bundle"
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