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AppCode 2.0 EAP build #126.390

Hi everyone!

Hold on to your hats as our development train speeds up – here’s a second EAP build this week!
This one features and is focused on optimised memory usage, we were working on lowering memory usage for cases described in the following issues:

We hope, these changes will have a pleasant effect on the general performance, and we encourage you to try this EAP and give us feedback if you notice any regressions.
The complete list of changes included in this build you can find here.

As usual, you can download the latest build from EAP page.

Develop with Pleasure!
The AppCode Team

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5 Responses to AppCode 2.0 EAP build #126.390

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    Bill says:

    March 1, 2013

    BEAUTIFUL! The slow macro editing bug is fixed. Great work, guys.

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    Lee says:

    March 2, 2013

    WOW this is SO MUCH BETTER

    Fast performance, very response.

    One complaint that I have however is debugging on both native and simulator is far slower than xcode – so many times I see flow step into a function and never return or even a simple step over a line of code never return – this is the main gripe I have with appcode at the moment.

    But huge improvement over last EAP and 1.6 in general.

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      Anton Makeev says:

      March 4, 2013

      Lee, please file a bug reports for the debugger issues – we’ll investigate.

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        Lee says:

        March 5, 2013

        It’s easy – just debug anything and start stepping over functions. This is also a problem with 1.6, basically I just use xcode to debug because it’s far more reliable.

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    Wojciech kozlowski says:

    March 5, 2013

    Unfortunately CPU usage problem was not resolved for me, I’ve noticed it in longer .h files, few during the debug session, also IDE would go to a halt after, during manual refactoring, code structure would break for a short while. I had to go back to 1.6. Will will investigate more.

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