Today we are starting the Early Access Program for AppCode 2017.2. The first build is already available on our site, so let’s see what’s on board!
Override/Implement via completion
This build brings one of the long-awaited features from our roadmap – Swift override/implement via completion in the editor! Just type the name of the entity you need to override or implement, select it in the completion list and have the corresponding stub automatically generated by AppCode:
Intention for required protocol methods
In AppCode you can implement required protocol methods for the class derived from a protocol. Simply press ⌥ ⏎ on the Objective-C class name:
The same functionality is now available for Swift protocols:
Now settings for blank lines between properties and methods can be configured separately for classes and protocols:
Besides, you can toggle spaces within braces in Swift code using
Editor | Code Style | Swift | Spaces | Within | Code braces.
AppCode is now able to parse
__auto_type expressions in Objective-C/C/C++ and shows the
__auto_type keyword in the completion list:
The following major issues are fixed in this build:
- Problem with enum completion in Swift (OC-15192)
- Regression in resolve for Swift initializer calls (OC-15286)
That’s it! For the full list of fixes please see the release notes.
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