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A Danger plugin that shows all build errors, warnings and unit tests results generated from xcodebuild.

How does it look?

1 Error
🚫 MyWeightTests.MyWeightTests: testError, failed - :w:
2 Warnings
⚠️ MyWeight/ViewController.swift#L35: initialization of immutable value ‘bla’ was never used; consider replacing with assignment to ‘_’ or removing it
let bla = "unused variable"
⚠️ Bla.m#L32: Value stored to ‘theme’ is never read
theme = *ptr++;


Add this line to your Gemfile:

gem 'danger-xcode_summary'


Just add this line to your Dangerfile:

xcode_summary.report 'MyApp.xcresult'

You need to pass the path of the xcresult generated after compiling your app. By default, this is inside the DerivedData for your project, but you can use the -resultBundlePath flag when calling xcodebuild to customize its path. You can read more about it in this blog post from the folks at PSPDFKit.

You can also ignore warnings from certain files by setting ignored_files: Warning: ignored_files patterns applied on relative paths.

# Ignoring warnings from Pods
xcode_summary.ignored_files = 'Pods/**'

# Ignoring specific warnings
xcode_summary.ignored_results { |result|
  result.message.include? 'ld' # Ignore ld_warnings

xcode_summary.report 'MyApp.xcresult'

You can use ignores_warnings to supress warnings and shows only errors.

xcode_summary.ignores_warnings = true

You can use inline_mode. When this value is enabled, each warnings and errors are commented on each lines.

# Comment on each lines
xcode_summary.inline_mode = true
xcode_summary.report 'MyApp.xcresult'

You can use strict to reporting errors as warnings thereby don't block merge PR.

 # If value is `false`, then errors will be reporting as warnings
 xcode_summary.strict = false

You can get warning and error number by calling warning_error_count. The return will be a JSON string contains warning and error count, e.g {"warnings":1,"errors":3}:

result = xcode_summary.warning_error_count 'MyApp.xcresult'


danger-xcode_summary is released under the MIT license. See LICENSE.txt for details.


  1. Clone this repo
  2. Run bundle install to setup dependencies.
  3. Run bundle exec rake spec to run the tests.
  4. Use bundle exec guard to automatically have tests run as you make changes.
  5. Make your changes.