AppCode EAP build (108.809): fixes, Objective-C++ and full-screen on Lion

Posted on by Eugene Toporov

We allowed ourselves to make a longer pause between EAP builds. It is summer after all, right? 🙂

But before the previous build expires we’re pushing a new one. You are welcome to download it from AppCode EAP page.

  • It contains a number of fixes. Thanks for your reports guys!
  • An initial Objective-C++ support.
  • Verified compatibility with Mac OS X Lion.
  • Full-screen mode under Lion. And you, AppCode EAP users, are the first ones who can try it. There’s a known issue about a “hole” in the bottom. Please let us know how it works for you.

We are also working on LLDB support. You should be able to try it in one of the next builds.

PS. If you downloaded AppCode build 108.803 earlier today, please get this one instead.

Develop with pleasure!
The AppCode Team

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7 Responses to AppCode EAP build (108.809): fixes, Objective-C++ and full-screen on Lion

  1. ValCapri says:

    July 27, 2011

    Hello,
    Thanks guy for all your work. Will you do the same with other JetBrains’s IDE and Lion?
    Because the new Full Screen on Lion, is very cool, we can have the browser in one space and the IDE in another. How do you to do this with Java?

    • Maxim Shafirov says:

      July 28, 2011

      Yes, this will eventually be available in all IntelliJ based IDEs.
      > How do you to do this with Java?
      It involves quite a few native Objective-C calls, there’s no java APIs (yet?)

      • ValCapri says:

        July 29, 2011

        Thanks, it was that I was thinking. You use Objective-C calls.
        I have no problem with Java coding but with Objective-C it is another question 🙂 I like the Mac but I have difficulty with Objective-C syntax. Perhaps, I should use the Objective-C more.

  2. Bix says:

    August 28, 2011

    “Full-screen mode under Lion. And you, AppCode EAP users, are the first ones who can try it. There’s a known issue about a “hole” in the bottom. Please let us know how it works for you.”
    – It’s perfectly OK to have a hole in the bottom.

    • Maxim Shafirov says:

      August 30, 2011

      – It’s perfectly OK to have a hole in the bottom.
      Made my day!

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  4. DeannRie says:

    December 29, 2011

    Спасибо за фулл скрин 🙂

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