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Hacks for testing things on the simulator without compromising our devices with a beta release.
 
Hacks for testing things on the simulator without compromising our devices with a beta release.
  
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[https://github.com/angelXwind/simject angelXwind/simject] is a command-line tool and iOS dynamic library that allows developers to easily test their tweaks on the iOS Simulator. It automates the process of manually loading substrate and additional binaries in the simulator runtime.
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For projects older than iOS 7, the following guides detail the hacks used to load libraries manually in the Simulator:
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* [https://gist.github.com/friggog/03a2483b8acb9abdcd34 Loading Tweaks in the Simulator]
 
* [http://sharedinstance.net/2013/10/running-tweaks-in-simulator/ Running Substrate tweaks in the iOS Simulator]
 
* [http://sharedinstance.net/2013/10/running-tweaks-in-simulator/ Running Substrate tweaks in the iOS Simulator]
* [https://gist.github.com/friggog/03a2483b8acb9abdcd34 Loading Tweaks in the Simulator]
 

Latest revision as of 00:51, 30 March 2020

Hacks for testing things on the simulator without compromising our devices with a beta release.

angelXwind/simject is a command-line tool and iOS dynamic library that allows developers to easily test their tweaks on the iOS Simulator. It automates the process of manually loading substrate and additional binaries in the simulator runtime.

For projects older than iOS 7, the following guides detail the hacks used to load libraries manually in the Simulator: