AppCode 3.0.5 update is available

Hi everyone,

This update includes Xcode 6 GM & 6.1 compatibility improvements, including new iPhones 6 and 6 Plus support. An important problem with the storyboards using new Xcode 6 Adaptive Segues was fixed. Some critical issues were also addressed in this build:

  • OC-10659 – Sometimes code is lost during pasting;
  • OC-10621 – Macro is silently removed when coping and pasting or reformatting code.

The full list of changes is available here. Pay attention, that you have to download the build from our website in order to get this update. ‘Check for updates’ from AppCode menu won’t be available because of the code signing changes introduced by Apple.

Yours truly,
The AppCode Team

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6 Responses to AppCode 3.0.5 update is available

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    Alex Tang says:

    September 12, 2014

    Excellent! Does syntax highlighting and code rules work for swift? Also, what code signing changes caused the “check for updates” to stop working? (My version 3.0.4 says that there’s a new version available when i do “check for updates”).

    • Anastasia Kazakova

      Anastasia Kazakova says:

      September 12, 2014

      The Swift support is still basic with the highlighting as it was before. Though we are working on it to deliver better support asap.
      Apple changed signing rules for the applications. So AppCode notifies you about the update but you can’t install it from the IDE directly. You have to download the build from our site.

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        Tomas says:

        September 14, 2014

        Can you reveal more about your plans for Swift support? Because I need to write more Swift code I have switched back to Xcode for that and upgrading AppCode would not make sense when I don’t use it.

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    David says:

    September 15, 2014

    Great! Thank you!

    Since you are developing and releasing xib – storyboard editor feature, do you have any plans to implement the core data model editor? Maybe just the editor in table view mode, no need for the DB diagrams.

    Thank you again.

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