Greetings all. While this is related to iPhone development, I think I should post in this section of the forums. I'm still fairly new to developing on a Mac. The release of the iPhone SDK is what finally pushed me over the line to get a Mac and start using Xcode.
I've developed on Windows using Visual Studio for a number of years, so I have a good base understanding of what the do's and don'ts are for general development.
On to the question at hand. Let's say I have an Xcode project called MyGame.xcodeproj. Inside the package contents is a file called project.pbxproj. It took me a while to realize that the .pbxproj can be edited like a text file (sort of).
I would like to know what the dangers are for making small, manual edits to this file. I am aiming for a very specific change that has not produced any noticeable problems. In the Xcode source tree, I have a folder called "Resources". In there I have added references to a couple of folders. This includes all subfolders and files.
In the file, under /* Begin PBXFileReference Section */, I found the reference to the file path of this folder: