A week later, new stuff to try

It’s been a week since we announced first public EAP build for the AppCode and now we can say it’s adoption has beaten our highest hopes. We’ve received a lot of constructive feedback and that’s what we like most – working hard if we have interesting stuff to do.

So we’ve got a new build for you to try. The most noticeable changes are:

  • Mercurial SCM support
  • New intention actions (including DeMorgan law)
  • Profiling agent (i.e. AppCode can now be asked to profile itself when slow and send CPU/memory snapshot to JetBrains).
  • Many bugfixes

As usual latest build is available on EAP page.

Develop with pleasure!
-JetBrains AppCode team

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12 Responses to A week later, new stuff to try

  1. Danu says:

    Hi, great news, am a long time customer of JetBrains IDE’s (IDEA7, 8, 9, PhpStorm). I have a few questions:
    1) Does AppCode support (refactoring, debugging) Objective C++ mixed with C++ (templates, namespaces, V-inheritance – the lot)?
    2) Are you supporting LLVM and GCC or just one
    3) Will you be able to run the IDE on Windows/Linux
    4) Any plans for Android support?

  2. GeekyCoder says:

    It will be great if AppCode support c and c++ as well.

  3. Thanks for update.
    Looking for integration with data modeler

  4. Mikkel says:

    Pity with the lacking C++ support. I’m currently looking into porting some Java-code to C++ as my first C++ project, and it seems there’s no single superior C++ IDE for Mac. So I’m sure there’s a spot for Jetbrains there :-)

    • Anton Makeev says:

      Actually, we are working on basic C++ support at the moment. Of course in scope of macos/ios applications only.

  5. Bill says:

    How does DeMorgan’s law fit into this upgrade?

  6. Maxim Shafirov says:

    @Bill please check out Settings|Intention Actions. That provides brief insight to what certain lightbulb offers to transform.

  7. bill says:

    @Maxim Got it – thanks!

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