AppCode 2.1 RC with Xcode 5 support
as WWDC’13 is coming to a conclusion, you’ll undoubtedly want to try all these new features in iOS 7 and Mavericks; and we’ve worked flat out to deliver a build with Xcode 5 and OS X 10.9 support as quickly as possible. And here it comes, along with a few other improvements and fixes.
Worked hard as we might, there is still plenty of work to do to fully support new language features and tools in Xcode 5, and and we’ll publish updates regularly. Meanwhile, please let us know if you experience any issues in this RC build.
Please also note, that if you want to run AppCode on OS X 10.9, you’ll need to install Java 1.6.0_45 update provided by Apple.
You can download the build from EAP page as usual, or wait till the automatic update becomes available.
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