AppCode 3.1 EAP: new debugger and file structure view for Swift
A couple of days ago we published the second EAP build of AppCode 3.1 with many Swift improvements. Now it’s time to get a new debugger! We’ve updated the LLDB framework used in AppCode to match with Xcode 6.1. Try the build and let us know what you think.
The second EAP (139.475) is still available for download in case of any critical problem you can meet with this build. Some issues are known, like this one.
This EAP also includes file structure view for Swift code. Press
Cmd+F12 and use the pop-up to quickly navigate through the structure of the current file:
The full list of fixed issues can be found in our issue tracker.
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