AppCode 2016.3 Release Candidate
Today we are glad to announce that AppCode 2016.3 Release Candidate (build 163.8703.1) is available for download. That means 2016.3 release is just around the corner!
The following issues are fixed in this build:
- Displaying Swift instance variables in the debugger (OC-14513)
- Problem with SourceKit inspections in some projects (OC-13999)
- False spellchecker errors when using class member in C++ (CPP-8185)
We appreciate your feedback and comments, and if you find any bug at all, please file an issue in our tracker.
Note, that this RC build does not require an active AppCode subscription. The full list of fixes and improvements can be found here.
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