The last few months I have been working with Windmill 3.0 which allows Windmill on Mac to publish your iOS app.
Effectively, every time you make a code change, Windmill will also publish your app so you can install it on your iPhone.
Unfortunately, Apple has decided to reject Windmill on the iPhone. Windmill on Mac doesn't seem to have Apple's blessing either.
I was reminded of a very specific reason why I was also given.
Guideline 5.2.5 – Legal – Intellectual Property  YOUR APP IS EQUAL TO TEST FLIGHT, WHICH CREATES A DIFFICULT ASSOCIATION WITH APPLE PRODUCTS.
Even more important. Apple ruled that the Command Line Tools Package is intended to be used only by developers internally and not by third parties to provide support for continuous integration system ̵
Via Brent Simmons :
I don't understand all the problems here, I admit, but I start by thinking that useful developer tools should be allowed in the App Store.
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