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Choose a file. View -> Utilities -> Show File inspector then deselect Wrap lines in "Text Settings".
I don't have time to test all of this, I use a different and more complicated setup for the Linux servers I run. I also use the vmnet option from the "Pro" version and not the "Private to My Mac". Let me know if this works Shutdown your Windows VM You want to create a new network card in VMWare's settings for the Window's VM. In VMWare's settings for the ...
You need as much space as your app requires to be installed, which depends entirely on the type of apps you are developing and the number of apps that you intend to install at one time. iOS uses at most approximately 4 GB, leaving 12 GB on the 16 GB model. The largest apps on the App Store are rarely larger than a couple of gigabytes, so this would be fine ...
Yes, it turned out you can do this. I submitted by app to the App Store and it was approved. Apps cannot have a link to donate, but they can list donors' names. If you are a registered non-profit, you can put a link to your site to donate in your app.
Sorry my mistake. I got it working now. I only use 1 certificate for all my apps - the one I requested on the Certificate Assistance on Keychain menu, and generated unique provisioning profiles for each app.
There are web-based IDEs that support Java like IDE One and CodeBox that should work from an iPad. Obviously there are limitations with both but they might suffice. This is my immediate thought, because I believe Apple have rules against people creating apps that include their own runtime. Which I'd assume you'd require if you wanted to compile Java code ...
This is the article you're looking for: The iMac and its 5K display... as a gaming machine? from ArsTechnica. Nevertheless R9 M9290X is one of the most powerful mobile GPUs on the planet. That should be pretty powerful on development workflows (I'm a UNIX dev too and do development on GPU, mostly for crunching numbers though). Edit: 280X was a typo, but I ...
BareFeats shows it outperforming other quad-core Macs in games testing. May not completely answer your question but that site is a good starting point.
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