AppCode 3.3 EAP, build 142.4859

New AppCode 3.3 EAP, build 142.4859 is available for download. The patch update is also available if you are using previous 3.3 EAP build.

We continue our work on Swift (and especially Swift 2.0) and this build introduces a couple of new features in this area:

  • Support for changes in function parameter labelling (mandatory names except for the first one).
  • Support for repeat-while statement.
  • Support for guard statement:

First 3.3 EAP introduced Objective-C generics support, however types were not inferred correctly there, and thus incompatible types were reported by AppCode (OC-12371). This particular problem is fixed now. Also expect further updates related to Objective-C generics in next EAP (OC-12338).

Besides, Swift Core Data renderers are available now in AppCode’s debugger.

In case you are using AppCode for development with Unreal Engine 4, you’ll be glad to learn that __LINE__ macro is now supported correctly. (However, some related issues are still left – CPP-4451)

In case you are using Perforce as a VCS, benefit from the new option available in the IDE UI – shelve your changes easily, by invoking Shelve in Perforce… action. You can also browse perforce shelf and unshelve it anytime you want.

The full list of fixes and improvements can be found here.

Develop with pleasure,
The AppCode Team

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20 Responses to AppCode 3.3 EAP, build 142.4859

  1. Bill A says:

    The biggest issue for me right now is the lack of support for #available – a lot of my code is underlined with red squiggles because of this.

  2. Frank says:

    This build seems to be failing to compile projects for me. It seems to be generating duplicate headers for cocoapods projects.

  3. Jose Rojas says:

    I’m trying to compile Objective-C generics in an fully Objective-C library with AppCode 3.3 EAP. XCode 7 compiles the Objective-C generics when I set ‘EMBEDDED_CONTENT_CONTAINS_SWIFT’ to Yes in the project settings, but AppCode does not parse or compile the target. Does AppCode 3.3 support this target and settings or should I file a bug?

  4. Wesley says:

    Xcode 7.0(7A220) is not supported in AppCode 3.2. Please fix it.

  5. Piotr says:

    Perforce client stopped to work I can’t connect to perforce server. “Partner exited unexpectedly”

  6. when will be support XCode 7?

    • Anastasia Kazakova says:

      Xcode 7.0.x is supported in this EAP with some limitations, Xcode 7.1 is currently in development. Hope to get it soon. However since it’s in beta, don’t expect quite soon.

  7. Is it suitable for beginners to work on appcode?

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