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There is a binary installer that you can download. See also the Getting Started - Installing Git of the git website: There are several ways to install Git on a Mac. The easiest is probably to install the Xcode Command Line Tools. On Mavericks (10.9) or above you can do this simply by trying to run git from the Terminal the very first time. If you don’t ...


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The same happened to me, when i was set name for new xcode project "SendTweet", it crashed while creating. But when restart my guest mac on windows the project created. Then i try to create project with different name, this time no problem, it worked. Again I used a name "Tweetbot", This time again crashed. Just try to create with different project name, it ...


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I can switch between windows of the same program by dragging four fingers left or right across the trackpad. This is analogous to pressing [Command] + [~] when the windows are not in fullscreen. You can find this setting under System Preferences>Trackpad>More Gestures.


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It's completely normal. Distribution certificates are not meant for development, and XCode won't let you debug that application, that's why it gets disconnected from the app. To see the logs in the device, if the application is still being executed, you can use one log viewer, like http://lemonjar.com/iosconsole/


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As Tom pointed out, XCode is only available in english on the Mac App Store ! If you look on other apps you'll see the available localizations for example on Apple's Number.


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Or you can also just change the date for 2012.. And it works :)


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If you follow this guide it will show you how to skip this by pressing holding down the ⌥-Option key and clicking on the  logo.


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Holding down the option key while selecting Shut Down (or Restart) from the Apple menu will bypass the Dialog Box and cause the action to occur immediately.


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One possible way could be by using a terminal command: shutdown -h now This immediately kills all processes and shuts your system down in a fairly nice manner. As a normal user you could initiate this by sudo shutdown -h now But the problem with password prompt remains, this time in the terminal. Having a closer look to the sudo configuration file ...


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One thing to try if there is only one user logged in is, logging that user out which would then return to the login screen. From the login screen there is a "Shutdown" button. Choosing "Shutdown" from there would, hopefully, complete since there are (theoretically) no more users logged in. If that doesn't work then you are going to have to create a script ...


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Xcode has command line tools embedded in its application bundle that are used by the Xcode IDE as needed and are separate and apart from the Command Line Tools for Xcode package, that can be downloaded by itself, which installs outside of the application bundle. The separate package can be installed and use without having the Xcode application installed. As ...


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If I recall correctly it downloads the xcode tools command line package, which is part of the main xcode distribution. I wouldn't expect it to download anything at all if the command line tools are already installed.


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I encountered this exact problem myself and the only advice I can give you is to: Log out of App Store. Store > Sign out. Restart your computer, hold down Command R and wait till disk utility appears. Then close the window, select your disk and finish the restart. Relaunch appstore, log in, and restart again, no disk utility this time. Then start ...


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Swift 2 is supported only from xCode7, and xCode7 doesn't allow to ship apps to iTunes Connect so, actually, is impossible to submit app in Swift 2.


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Wish I could claim credit for this one, but I found it buried in https://github.com/chcokr/osx-init/blob/master/install.sh This worked on my 10.10 headless VM without a logged in UI. touch /tmp/.com.apple.dt.CommandLineTools.installondemand.in-progress; PROD=$(softwareupdate -l | grep "\*.*Command Line" | head -n 1 | awk -F"*" '{print $2}' | sed -e ...


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I encountered this problem many times, and I found today that it's caused by lack of disk space. In my machine there is more than 7GB spare space, and after downloading the files, it reported this error. Today I find the real problem from /private/var/log/install.log, it is caused by low disk space, so I made more space, and the update succeeded.


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Turns out this is a completely non-issue. Restart the device. Answered here to keep the keywords for search, in case (like I did) others assume that it's a WatchKit issue, not a device/xCode connection issue.


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If You're not using removed API it should run OK. However some methods behave differently. You can have problems with UI (for example Alerts and Actionsheets now uses different API). If You targeted iOS < 7 then UI will definitely be messed up. You can check API differences on Apple Developer site (it's iOS 7.1 - 8.0 diff, check the earlier diffs to be ...


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I'm definitely no expert, but from what I've seen, occasionally certain parts of code need updating/re-writing to allow Xcode to compile with a newer SDK.


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Swift is currently supported by 2 versions "XCode Ver. 6.4" and the latest "XCode 7 Beta 2 Ver." Download Either of them from http://developer.apple.com/xcode/downloads XCode 6.4 Recommended as of now due to stable release.


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You are close. I think the problem is that you have created two properties (accountName and passwordName) for your text fields but then you are taking the stringValues from those text fields and then trying to store those string values back into themselves. If you store the values in separate variables the code works successfully. -- IBOutlets ...


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You can switch off Force Click & haptic feedback. System Prefs > Trackpad > Point & Click See Apple KB - Using a Force Touch trackpad


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The files are stored in the project directory; in Xcode, find the file you'd like to see where is, right-click it, and choose "Show in Finder". Nope. You'll have to recompile for other platforms, and possibly change code to be more portable. (That last, of course, depends on what libraries you use.) Probably. Xcode may set some compiler flags you wouldn't ...


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Its just simple just delete the server application from applications and install it again and do not create any other local server in it and it will be solved



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