A week later, new stuff to try

Posted on by Maxim Shafirov

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:

    April 13, 2011

    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?

    • Alexey Pegov says:

      April 13, 2011

      Hi.

      1. We don’t have any plans for supporting C++ at this moment.
      2. We’re not aware of gcc or llvm yet, AppCode using xcode for building.
      3. No, AppCode will be available only for Mac OS.
      4. IntelliJ IDEA already has Android support, please look at http://www.jetbrains.com/idea/features/google_android.html

  2. GeekyCoder says:

    April 13, 2011

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

    • Alexey Pegov says:

      April 13, 2011

      AppCode will support C because Objective-C is a subset of C.
      We don’t have any plans on supporting C++ at this moment.

      • Mikkel says:

        April 24, 2011

        ObjC is a superset of C 🙂

        • Alexey Pegov says:

          April 24, 2011

          Sure 🙂

  3. Alex Tretyakov says:

    April 13, 2011

    Thanks for update.
    Looking for integration with data modeler

  4. Mikkel says:

    April 24, 2011

    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:

      April 24, 2011

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

  5. Bill says:

    April 25, 2011

    How does DeMorgan’s law fit into this upgrade?

  6. Maxim Shafirov says:

    April 26, 2011

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

  7. bill says:

    April 26, 2011

    @Maxim Got it – thanks!

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