Issue #81

Today I am about to integrate a library that does not support Cocoapods yet. It would be cumbersome to do it manually, because you have to configure xcconfig, framework search path, assets, and these steps are not well documented.

You can do this with custom podspec. In my case, I need to install PinchSDK. First, declare a PinchSDK.podspec in your project folder. do |s|             = "PinchSDK"
  s.version          = "1.9.14"
  s.summary          = "Pinch samler dessuten inn data hver gang en mobilapplikasjon oppdager en Pinch-beacon."
  s.homepage         = ""
  s.source           = { :http => "" }
  s.authors = 'Fluxloop'
  s.license = { type: 'MIT' }
  s.platform     = :ios, '8.0'
  s.requires_arc = true
  s.resource = 'PinchSDK/Pinch.bundle'
  s.vendored_frameworks = 'PinchSDK/PinchLibrary.framework'
  s.xcconfig = { 'OTHER_LDFLAGS': '-ObjC' }
  s.public_header_files = 'PinchSDK/PinchLibrary.framework/Headers/PinchLibrary.h'
  s.source_files = 'PinchSDK/PinchLibrary.framework/Headers/PinchLibrary.h'

Then, in your Podfile, you can point to this podspec

pod 'PinchSDK', podspec: 'PinchSDK.podspec'

Finally, since this PinchSDK uses objc, you need to declare it in your bridging header

#import <PinchLibrary/PinchLibrary.h>

Now, just pod install and you’re done πŸŽ‰