AppCode 2016.1.3 RC

Hi everyone,

AppCode 2016.1.3 release candidate (build 145.1616) is out today. This build mostly addresses issues found during the EAP period:

  • Issue when Emoji in project build settings were incorrectly converted to ASCII (OC-11493)
  • Problem with syntax inspections in Podfiles after CocoaPods 1.0.0 release (OC-13575)
  • Some issues with generics related to code generation (OC-13555), syntax inspections (OC-13523) and Introduce Variable refactoring for Objective-C (OC-12763)

You can download AppCode 2016.1.3 RC from our confluence page or get it via a patch-update from the previous 2016.1.3 EAP version. Note, that this RC build requires an active AppCode license or is available for 30 day evaluation.

Feel free to share your feedback in the comments section below. In case you find any problem, please report it to our tracker.

Your AppCode team
JetBrains
The Drive to Develop

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11 Responses to AppCode 2016.1.3 RC

  1. Francis says:

    Do you know if it is going to be possible to install EAP builds through the new JetBrains Toolbox?

  2. Chad Robinson says:

    I’m a little confused – does AppCode officially SUPPORT Swift, or is that still being worked on? AppCode is awesome for editing Obj-C apps, but every time I work on a Swift project (no matter what version) it seems really terrible. Code completions don’t work, symbols from pods are reported as not found, etc. What’s the official roadmap for Swift support like right now?

    • Stanislav Dombrovsky says:

      I’m a little confused – does AppCode officially SUPPORT Swift, or is that still being worked on?

      It depends on what do you mean under “support”. Some of the features are still in progress and for each we have a corresponding ticket in our public tracker.

      Code completions don’t work, symbols from pods are reported as not found, etc.

      It’s hard to answer you without example. Could you please submit a ticket to our tracker, so we can investigate your issues?

      What’s the official roadmap for Swift support like right now?

      Swift support itself is a very huge task and currently we are working on particular feature set for each release. You can find the roadmap for the next AppCode release here. The EAP for this release will be started this week.

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