Although Xcode already has git version control built in, what if you have an existing Xcode project that you’d like to add to a Git repo? Well here is a simple solution!
If a Git Repo doesn’t already exist, log into Git and create one. Next, open the terminal and navigate to the directory containing the [PROJECT_NAME].xcodeproj file and type the following series of commands:
git init git add . git commit -m "initial commit" git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:[USER_NAME]/[REPOSITORY_NAME].git git pull origin master git push origin master