ios - working - update cocoapods
iOS: cocoa Pods: How do I add a new dependency to an existing pod? (4)
After you have initially installed CocoaPods into your project, you can add new dependencies (or remove unused ones) by editing the Podfile. Then simply run pod install again.
If you use AppCode it has nice integrated support, so that it can update Pods for you, just edit the Podfile in AppCode, and it will suggest for you to add the new dependencies.
In fact, run
pod install again after adding new pods, not update.
I have juuuust started with Cocoa Pods.
I have this workspace now after initially experimenting and getting AFNetworking successfully connected via this Ray Wenderlich tutorial.
I want to now add in more dependencies like core-plot specifically. I found this link to a 'PodSpec' of Core-Plot
Problem is, I have no idea how to further implement this... Anyone have a quick run-down of what to mod and what commands in terminal to run?
pod 'CorePlot', '1.3'
and it compiles... it must be a problem with 1.4 and cocoa pods
Go to ur project folder and open terminal and set the project source to the terminal
-> Run open Podfile. Which opens the Podfile in textEdit. -> Add pod'CorePlot', '~> 1.4' to it and save. -> Run pod install -- NOTE(if u want to update all podfile then run pod update)
Simply run below command