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pxctest

A command line tool that lets you execute tests in parallel on multiple iOS simulators. pxctest is simple to install using Homebrew, and once you’ve compiled your project for testing, you can run a single command to execute your tests on as many simulators as you need, including different devices and iOS versions. There are a number of different options to customise how your tests are run, and you can even provide a file that is copied to the simulator’s Preferences plist to change the state of the simulator settings.

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