I have an app that uses CocoaPods and one of the pods is one I've developed as part of the app. In the Podfile, it's specified as:
pod 'MyTableView', :path => '../MyTableView'
As a result, if I open up the Pods project that is part of my workspace, I have a "Development Pods" that gives me access to the source. Thus, I can work on my app, edit the MyTableView files, debug them, etc. It all works great.
If I open the workspace in XCode, under Source Control, the "Working Copies" section, it lists both the main app repository as well as the MyTableView one. If I make changes to files in either respository, when I go to commit, they're all there.
AppCode, however, doesn't seem to know about the MyTableView project and I can't find a way to commit from the my app workspace. To deal with that, I have to open the workspace for the MyTableView and do my Git work there.
Is there any way to configure AppCode to see both repos? If not, this would be a great feature for an upcoming AppCode release.