AppCode 1.5.5: ready for OS X 10.8, iOS 6 and the very latest Xcode

So, WWDC is now over and no doubt you are eager to try some new stuff from Apple. We have prepared AppCode 1.5.5 update to help you explore new territories.

This update is compatible with OS X Mountain Lion and iOS 6 as well as with the brand-new shining Xcode, so you can go ahead and develop your new apps with pleasure.

There is a known issue where LLDB doesn’t work correctly with iOS 6 devices. As a workaround, you can use GDB or downgrade your device to iOS 5.1. We hope Apple will fix this with the next iOS 6 preview.

Here is the full list of fixes. The update is also signed for the Gatekeeper.

As usually, you can use either ‘Check for updates’ from AppCode to install the update without re-downloading, or download the new version from AppCode web site.

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4 Responses to AppCode 1.5.5: ready for OS X 10.8, iOS 6 and the very latest Xcode

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    Siegfried says:

    June 19, 2012

    What is with support for the new Retina display?

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    Anton Makeev says:

    June 19, 2012

    We depend on Apple and Oracle here, when they provide support in Java we’ll implement it in our products.

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    Dave says:

    June 20, 2012

    Oh that’s so sad. Java is being rendered very poorly in high res. It’s basically unusable.

    The Retina is to nice to abandon. Time to get used to Xcode 🙁

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    Anton Makeev says:

    June 21, 2012

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