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Xcode 6 comes with a little treat:
System Prefs > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Services > Text > Open Quickly in Xcode
Netflix on OS X Yosemite now no longer requires Microsoft Silverlight to be installed! That’s worth the price of admission alone! Go team!
Xcode 5.1.1 has been released.
Hurry up over to the Mac App Store before we run out of digital copies for download!
Preserve ownership, permissions and hard links installing Xcode from a dmg:
sudo ditto /Volumes/Xcode/Xcode.app /<destination>/Xcode.app
Xcode 6.0.1 is now available in the Mac App Store!
Xcode 6 adds language and region pop-ups to:
scheme > run > options
Makes it super easy to preview localized resources at runtime.
Xcode Pro Tip: Edit All in Scope! Select a symbol and Cmd+Ctrl+E, for quick and easy local rename refactoring.
If you’re using OCUnit/XCTest in Xcode 5.1, I’m curious about how it compares to Xcode 5.0.2 for you.
Reply with either 👍 or bug report id!
Xcode Pro Tip: Run (Cmd+R), Build for Running (Cmd+B / Cmd+Shift+R), or Run Without Building (Cmd+Ctrl+R). Xcode does it all.
Simulators in Xcode 6 have their own separate storage and UDIDs.
“xcodebuild test -destination” now allows targeting sims by id.
OCUnit is deprecated. XCTest has a richer API, supports Swift, is faster, and more robust.
Edit > Refactor > Convert to XCTest
Typically followed by:
sudo xcode-select --switch /<destination>/Xcode.app
Xcode Pro Tip: Switch between Standard, Assistant and Version editors with Cmd+Return, Cmd+Option+Return and Cmd+Option+Shift+Return.
Make sure to review our updated documentation for XCTest, and testing support in Xcode:
Xcode Pro Tip: Open Quickly! Cmd+Shift+O. Use it.
Xcode Pro Tip: Jump to Next / Previous Counterpart! Cmd+Ctrl+UpArrow / DownArrow. Or vertical three-finger swipe on trackpads.
Xcode 6 comes with new performance testing support in XCTest. Bots on Xcode Server can now catch performance regressions on commit.
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