December 2nd, 2013
Xcode 5 provides additional ways for you to customize where Xcode places its derived data, such as the application you’re building. If you go to Xcode’s Locations preferences and click the Advanced button below the Derived Data text field, a sheet similar to the following should open:
The new options are Unique, Shared Folder, and Legacy. Choosing Unique places the derived data in a unique subfolder of Xcode’s derived data location. Choosing Shared Folder places the derived data in a shared subfolder of Xcode’s derived data location. Choosing Legacy lets you specify a different derived data location for each target in your project. Use the Build Products Path build setting to specify the build path for each target in your project.
Choosing File > Project Settings and clicking the Advanced button lets you customize the derived data location for a single project.
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