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Yeah, a lot of people have been facing this issue. First, cancel your update. Now, you can do two things: Download and install the Xcode DMG from here (if you have an Apple Developer Account) Or try clearing your cache, and restart the download from the app store. You can use third-party apps or enter this command in your terminal: rm -rf "$(getconf ...


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You can't. IPAs downloaded from the App Store are built for the ARM processor in actual iOS devices. The iPhone Simulator is not an emulator and can't run ARM code. You will need to compile your own app from the source code, so unless the app is open source you will not be able to do this.


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There is Jetbrain's AppCode but I think you still need Xcode for the GUI (i.e. Xib files). You can move projects from Xcode to AppCode and vice versa so if in a team it will not matter what IDE each member uses. For more general comments see this SO answer but note that this predates AppCode which is why it is not mentioned there and so at that time Xcode ...


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Use the resolution given in the name of the image. For @2x images, double the resolution in both directions. PPI does not matter—Apple uses 72 PPI. Do not use any transparency or interlacing. For example: icon_512x512@2x.png is a 1024x1024 image.


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You could right click on the top bar and open the folders you want.


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Try command clicking on the blue Project folder, for you it's the Portfolio Manager App bit on the left.


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You can use all the laptops from Apple for xcode development, so choose one that fit in your budget. Although it is not a laptop you should also look at the Mac-mini, the cost is much lower than a laptop. I am using a Mac-mini for xcode development and use a Mac-pro for my daily work. The development platform i always want to keep clean that's why i use two ...


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Being a programmer myself, I think screen size and amount of memory are the most important factors to consider. The processors and graphic chips of all current MacBooks will be sufficient for this kind of work, although the MacBook Airs come standard with an Intel i5 processor, which can be upgraded to an i7 for a small price. Memory: MacBook Airs come ...


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A friend of mine recently upgraded his MacBook5,1 (2009 core 2 duo) with 2GB to Mavericks. It wasn't the most pleasant thing, but it actually didn't work out too bad for him and he even thinks there was a slight performance increase (I'm assuming due to the memory compression stuff being a touch faster than swap). I'm assuming that Yosemite isn't going to be ...


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A 2009 machine is certainly able to run the latest software - it looks like yours is an iMac9,1 : http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/imac/specs/imac-core-2-duo-2.66-20-inch-aluminum-early-2009-specs.html Memory for that machine maxes out at 8GB, which runs about $100. Everything would be better with more memory. ...


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No, Xcode 6 on the Mac App Store will replace the existing Xcode installation. Only the Xcode betas install separately (by default) and only downloading Xcode from developer.apple.com and doing the install manually (by copying Xcode from the DMG to /Applications) will prompt you to replace or keep both.


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This answer is coming a lot later, but I had to figure this out for myself. Go to where Writer is located Go to where Writer is located. /Applications/ Right click and show package contents Enter Library Delete QuickLook Restart your computer or enter into command line qlmanage -r


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To make the AppStore forget the old credentials with which the app was downloaded, you must remove the _MASReceipt directory in the XCode app package itself. Open Finder and navigate to Applications Ctrl+Click XCode and choose "Show Package Contents" Expand the Contents directory and click _MASReceipt to select it Press Cmd+Delete to delete the directory ...



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