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AppCode 2.0 NY EAP build 124.371

Hi everyone,

we are sure you’ve had wonderful Christmas; and, before you’ll take another break to celebrate the New Year, we hope you have reserved some time to enjoy new AppCode features:

  • More than 2000 code inspections and error diagnostics from Clang compiler displayed right in the editor.
    We are still working on this feature and will be happy to hear your feedback. If you notice any difference between build messages and warnings in the editor, or duplicating highlighting from AppCode and Clang, please let us know.

    To configure Clang inspection, use File | Open Project in Xcode and open Build Settings page. Note, that this feature requires your project to be configured to use Apple LLVM Compiler 4.x.

  • Integration with popular documentation browsers Dash and Ingredients. You can select your favorite in Preferences | External Documenation.

  • We’ve also bundled RESTful web services console available in Tools | Test RESTful Web Service. See web help for more details.

As usual, you can download the build from EAP site. Here is a list of other fixes in this build.

Happy New Year!
The AppCode Team

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4 Responses to AppCode 2.0 NY EAP build 124.371

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    Maarten says:

    December 27, 2012

    By ‘Clang 4+ compiler’, you actually mean the Apple LLVM Compiler 4.x or newer, which is based on Clang 3.x ?
    AFAICT there is not yet a Clang 4 branch in the clang svn repository.

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      Anton Makeev says:

      December 27, 2012

      you’re right, it should be Apple LLVM Compiler.

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    Stelian Iancu says:

    January 2, 2013


    Thanks for these new features! I’ve configured AppCode to use Dash as the documentation browser, however it’s not clear to me how to activate it. Upon pressing F1 on a class name, the old documentation popup appears. Is there another key combination that has to be used to invoke Dash from within AppCode?


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    Stelian Iancu says:

    January 2, 2013

    Found the key combination, it was Shift+F1 🙂

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