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A quick search for Xcode at the Wikipedia give you the answer. With the OS X version 10.9.4, you are able to install Xcode 6.2 and below. On Xcode 6.2 you can code in Swift, but I'm afraid is not the latest Swift version. This is the table where you can find out the requested information.


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The question is quite opinion based. Can it handle development - absolutely. Will it be fast enough - now that's a matter of your personal reception of "fast enough". The MacBook is quite a capable machine. It will run Development-Tools without any issues. It will perform lower than a MacBook Pro CPU and GPU-wise, so it really depends on your personal ...


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So I eventually succeeded in installing Xcode. Here's what I ended up doing: I signed out of the App Store using Store --> Sign Out. I reboot the machine and held Command + R to enter the disk utility. I ran the disk verification utilities and made sure everything came out ok. After restarting the machine again I was able to install xcode. No idea if ...


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Here is a Part solution for setting the focus for ⌘⌥F Save this Applescript down as a Text file instead of a script. #!/usr/bin/osascript tell application "Xcode" to activate delay 0.5 tell application "System Events" tell process "Xcode" keystroke "z" using {command down, option down} delay 0.3 keystroke tab end tell end ...


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A few things to check: 1) That you're using the correct command-line developer tools. (newer versions of Xcode 6.2+ rely on these for things like SourceKit etc..) You can check this by running xcode-select -p in terminal, and you should get back something to the tune of /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer or the path to whichever beta you're using ...


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Right click Applications in Dock, remove it from Dock and then add again.


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You have to migrate all your code to Swift 1.2 if you're using Xcode 6.3. If you go to Edit > Convert > To Latest Swift Syntax, it will help find many of the changes. However, there's still a lot of manual editing to do. In the long run, it will serve you better to keep your Swift code at the latest version so that future migrations are easier and so that ...


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This is not possible. On full screen the toolbar is always visible. You can hide it only if you are out of full screen mode. If you want to do it with a key combination, you have to assign a shortcut on Preferences → Key Bindings (see the image below).



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