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If you are tired downloading Xcode from the App Store or searching for old Xcode.apps somewhere hidden on your volumes, go to Developer Apple Downloads, enter a valid Apple ID and password and download Xcode 7.1.1.dmg (direct link) and any other tool you need to code or debug. Remove any Xcode.app in your /Applications folder, open the dmg and copy Xcode to ...
If you want to avoid uninstalling or changing your PATH. Just run: sudo port select --set gcc none …and to re-enable it you run: sudo port select --set gcc gcc5
In most cases, you can determine it by looking at the Story Board (*.storyboard, often * is Main). Here we see the possible templates. Then, how the typical story board layout looks for the... Master-Detail Application Page-Based Application Single View Application Tabbed Application Game (which also features SpriteKit framework)
I have tested this extensively, as this would be amazing for my apps too. Can I distribute my apps OTA without a Developer Program Membership (costs money)? You can create and sign an IPA and create the Manifest file for it, but it will fail to install on the device. The reason for this is Xcode needs to configure the IPA for that device (supposedly ...
Almost all apps downloaded from the Apps Store are full (self-containing) updates or upgrades. They completely replace the updated app. The only exception updating your system with the App Store.app are security updates (e.g Security Update 2015-002) or system updates (e.g. System Update 10.11.1 or Combo Update 10.10.5) which don't necessarily replace an ...
You can fix this by going to System Preferences > Keyboard > Shortcuts, then App Shortcuts. Click the + button and select Xcode from the top drop bar. Then set the Menu Title to Comment Selection. Next select the keyboard shortcut box and press the desired keyboard combination, then click OK. It seems that the Norwegian keyboard's encoding of the / ...
You need to disable System Integrity Protection (SIP). Reboot the Mac in Recovery mode : Hold down Command + R after you hear the startup chime Launch the terminal (Utilities > Terminal) csrutil disable Reboot Empty your trash Reboot again in Recovery mode Launch the terminal csrutil enable Reboot
In Terminal: xcodebuild -license to view/accept it for just your account. or sudo xcodebuild -license to view/accept it on behalf of all accounts on that particular Mac.
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