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AppCode EAP build (108.1201): debug with LLDB, better groups support and more

So, here is another EAP build for you to evaluate. In the course of nearing the Beta release we’re mostly finishing the stuff we started earlier and adding some polish.

We mentioned before that we were working on debug with LLDB. The feature can be used now. You are welcome to try it including debugging on a device.

Much more complete groups support. You can move files/groups between groups, create new groups from selection, create corresponding folders for new groups, rename and delete groups. So, you no longer need to leave AppCode to manage groups.

Improved “Add to Project” support: adding to any group/folder in the project is possible including root group and drag-and-drop from Finder is supported.

Al usual, the build is available for download from the AppCode EAP page.

If you are curious about other changes, check out the detailed changelog.

Develop with pleasure!
The AppCode Team

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6 Responses to AppCode EAP build (108.1201): debug with LLDB, better groups support and more

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    bill says:

    September 7, 2011

    What’s the advantage of LLDB debugging to the end-user?

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      Briggs says:

      September 12, 2011

      I believe that the advantage is that Apple is (or, has by now) moving exclusively to LLDB. So, GDB may not be supported in the near future.

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      andrey zaytsev says:

      September 15, 2011

      There is more intelligent evaluation, lower memory usage and of course significant performance advantage.
      Also it supports python scripting, plugins, synthetics etc.

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    Nick says:

    September 8, 2011

    Groups support! Nice!

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    Kentzo says:

    September 14, 2011

    What lldb is used: Xcode’s one or your custom (and more recent) build?

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      andrey zaytsev says:

      September 15, 2011

      Xcode’s one. Works only for Xcode >= 4.2.

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