New AppCode 2020.1 EAP: Faster Code Assistance for Mixed Projects
Download it from our site to find:
- Much faster code assistance for mixed projects, thanks to bridging symbols built and cached the first time a project opens. Initial caching may require more time, but after it’s finished, all code assistance actions (completion, navigation) should work much faster than before. Subsequent project openings should be much faster too.
- That the “Loading…” indicator no longer gets stuck while Swift files are opening (OC-18900). This issue was related to the slow parsing of binary expressions, and in this build we’ve fixed this problem.
In addition, you can now set default values for parameters added in the Change Signature refactoring dialog (CPP-11683).
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