I’ve mentioned a number of Xcode plugins most recently a plugin allowing you to build and run projects across multiple devices with a single click.
Here’s an open source plugin from Sungwhee Kim allowing you to create descriptive dependency charts called KSHObjcUML.
KSHObjcUML charts have arrows to indicate the direction of the dependency, and coloring based on class names.
Here’s an image from the readme showing a graph created with KSHObjecUML:
You can find KSHObjcUML on Github here.
You can find the Objective-C Class Dependencies Visualizer library which is used to generate the graphs on Github here.
A nice objective-c dependency visualization plugin.
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