New AppCode 2019.1 EAP: Move Statement for Swift and attach to device process

Stanislav Dombrovsky

Hi everyone,

A new AppCode 2019.1 EAP build is available on our site. Please note that there is no patch update from previous 2019.1 EAP this time.

Move Statement for Swift

In AppCode you can move any code line up/down using ⇧⌥↑/ shortcuts. Now the same is possible for loops, switches, conditional statements, methods, functions, and more. Set the caret at the beginning of the code statement or the function declaration and press ⇧⌘↑/ to move it:
Move statement

Attach to device process

Previously it was possible to attach only to the local process by using Run | Attach to Process. Now you can attach to the remote process directly on the iOS device, using the same menu.

That’s it! There are also fixes for the Inline Typedef refactoring – read about that in the release notes.

Your AppCode Team
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2 Responses to New AppCode 2019.1 EAP: Move Statement for Swift and attach to device process

  1. Alex says:

    February 27, 2019

    I’m having issues with 2019.1 EAP, starting with the first version. The module maps get generated fine but then the IDE is stuck on syntax analysis at 0% or 1%. Given it 20+ minutes, 1 file changed to 2%. Running on a 9900K CPU and large enough memory limit (about ~2GB being used of 3.7GB), mixed ObjC/Swift project, same story for both. Any ideas?

    • Stanislav Dombrovsky says:

      February 27, 2019

      Could you please capture the CPU snapshot and share it to our tracker?


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