I wanted to explain how to move all assets from an iOS library project's asset catalog to an iOS project with an existing asset catalog (and assets inside it) but it turns out the import button has some limitation.
1. It doesn't seem possible to select multiple .imageset (inside a .xcassets). You can only import them 1 by 1 which is not ideal if you need to import 600 images sets.
2. It's possible to import the .imageset itself but that seems to mess-up the hierarchy (an xcasset inside an xcasset). The import should not try to include the the .xcasset folder but only its content.
Steps to repro:
- Create an iOS project.
- Create 3 image sets (open asset editor, right click the left section, select new image set and add random images).
- Create a new iOS project, open the asset editor, right click the left section and select import.
- Select multiple .imageset or when selecting a .xcasset it only imports the .imageset inside it.
Version information: https://gist.github.com/VincentDondain/6002340cf70279cdf93d086ae67d5220
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