Third AppCode 3.0 Marocchino EAP: convert-to-literal inspection and bug fixes

Anastasia Kazakova

Hello everyone,

Together with all of you we are looking forward to final AppCode 3.0 release. Today the third AppCode 3.0 EAP build became available. We’ve decided to polish our IDE a bit. So this EAP is mostly about fixing key bugs.

First, we’ve fixed the problem with slow autocompletion. Second, in UI Designer we’ve fixed a crash that has been happening on some of our user’s storyboards. We’ve also added a possibility to use ‘=’ together with ‘+’ to Zoom in.

We’d like to thank all the EAP evaluators for the feedback, code samples and votes on these two major issues. We really appreciate your help!

And last but not least, we’ve added a new code inspection which offers to switch to modern literal syntax. It warns you whenever literals can be used:
And suggests a quick-fix (Alt+Enter):
This quick-fix converts expressions with NSNumber, NSArray, NSDictionary, like the following:
to the new syntax like so:

The full list of fixed issues can be found in our tracker.

You can find the build on our EAP page. Let us know what you think — take part in discussions on the forum, and feel free to file bug reports and suggestions in our issue tracker.

Yours as always,
The AppCode Team

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7 Responses to Third AppCode 3.0 Marocchino EAP: convert-to-literal inspection and bug fixes

  1. Alex Besogonov says:

    May 14, 2014

    Any news on C++ IDE?..

    • Vincent.Chan says:

      May 14, 2014


  2. Vincent.Chan says:

    May 14, 2014

    When will the app for cpp come out?

    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      May 15, 2014

      We don’t have particular dates for now. We are running private builds evaluation. After we are going to work over public EAP.

      • Vincent.Chan says:

        May 16, 2014

        Why am I not receive the private builds evaluation.I do need it .

        • Anastasia Kazakova says:

          May 16, 2014

          Your build system is not supported yet. So you won’t be able to open your project in C++ IDE unfortunately.

          • Vincent.Chan says:

            May 21, 2014

            Sth. details?


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