AppCode 2.0 EAP build #124.306

Hey guys!

It’s just a few days before Christmas, and I’m sure everyone already has pre-holiday jitters, so we decided to add a bit more excitement and joy to the scene by publishing the second EAP build.
Today’s “what’s new” list is a bit shorter than the last time, but it’s worth looking at:

  • Device startup optimisation: now it takes a lot less time, especially with big projects.
  • New LLDB is bundled in this build.
  • We have improved code generation, including generation of -isEqual, -hash, – description methods.
  • We apologize for the degraded performance of editor in the previous EAP, and are glad to tell you that it’s fixed in this build.

We also fixed a number of issues you have reported. Many thanks to everyone who participates in early access program, sends us feedback, and helps us improve AppCode with every step!

Enjoy the new build and Merry Christmas!

Ho, ho, ho!
The AppCode Team

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6 Responses to AppCode 2.0 EAP build #124.306

  1. Marcel Bradea says:

    What’s the scoop on the new “new LLDB”? Any links/info on this would be great. :)

    • Anton Makeev says:

      Marcel, we don’t track LLDB changes specifically, but try to provide the most recent stable version of library in AppCode.
      Among the known fixes in the newly bundled version are correct handling of armv7s code and stepping over inlined code in C++.

  2. Charles Mousseau says:

    I tried debugging with the new build, and it still seems on insisting on stepping through the STL headers when doing F8 (Step Over). I was under the impression this is one of the bugs fixed in the new LLDB. Perhaps my configuration is wrong?

    • Anton Makeev says:

      Charles,
      problem with stepping over inlined code should, indeed, have been fixed in the new LLDB (and we have just rechecked that).
      If you still experience the problem, please file a bug report and attach a sample project.

  3. Matt Abboud says:

    Wooo thank you for the fix to performance. I loved the darcula theme so much I stuck with the slow editor in the last eap.

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