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@ps2 I am having trouble following that. When you say: “3. You can now go into the Carthage/Checkouts/* directories and check out branches you're wanting to work on.” You mean git checkout I assume, but would you not already be working in a checked-out branch just by the fact that carthage created the Carthage/Checkouts files?
Also “5. Add the Loop project and the .xcodeproj files for the other projects within the Carthage/Checkouts directory.” do you mean “5. Add the Xcode project for the other Framework projects from the Carthage/Checkouts directories.”
github "LoopKit/dexcom-share-client-swift" "carthage-recursive”but your Loop cartfile points to
github "jeremybarnum/dexcom-share-client-swift" "carthage-recursive-custom-loopkit”
carthage updatein my frameworks individually and commit the result into my repo/branch so that the carthage.resolved is correct too. If you have bootstraps going (which I believe Loop does), the resolved should be updated to reflect the correct commit. I’m not certain of the bootstraping that may/may not happen…but I did avoid/solve some problems awhile ago with that step implemented. Can’t remember what the root issue was that brought me to that, but it’s a regular habit for me now