AppCode 3.3 Release Candidate (build 143.379) is out today with all the final fixes and improvements! Please note that starting from this version Xcode 6.x on OS X 10.11 is no longer supported by AppCode due to recent changes in App Store submission introduced by Apple.
The most important changes in this build are:
- Issue with Reveal integration was fixed and you can continue using it from AppCode (including latest 1.6.1 version).
- Rename refactoring for template parameters in C++ is ready to use as well as corresponding Find Usages action and code inspection for unused template parameters.
Unfortunately, we had to switch off native file chooser dialog in this build due to the focus issues and crashes described here. We will do out best to fix all the problems and bring it back, so this is a temporary solution. You can still switch it on by changing value of ide.mac.file.chooser.native parameter in Registry (press
Shift+CMD+A and type “Registry”), however we do not recommend doing this for better IDE experience.
A couple of weeks left before the official release of AppCode 3.3, and we really appreciate your feedback at this stage. If you find any bug at all, please file an issue in our tracker.
The build is available for download on our confluence page (since it’s a release candidate build, there is no patch-update from the previous EAP version). Please note that to use AppCode 3.3 RC you need to have an active license (or start a 30-day trial period).
Stay tuned not to miss the release and be sure we’ll continue to work hard on Swift support to deliver more features in future AppCode versions!