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The command line install works on much newer OS than yours - the tutorial you link is 10.10 and Xcode 6 or 7. If you can't upgrade to 10.6.8 and then get past Lion, I would suggest run the graphical installer and look for Xcode possibly in /Developer if you don't see it in the /Applications folder.


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I'm also getting this same issue trying to download it. edit: This problem is from using a proxy service. In my case it was Privoxy. Temporarily disabling these proxy services would likely help. The problem may arise because of where Xcode is hosted? Try disabling your proxies.


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I encountered the same problem after moving my iOS development project folders from one place on my internal HDD to another. I used a command line terminal window to navigate into my PlayGround folder and drilled town to: PlayGround/20160519.playground/playground.xcworkspace/xcuserdata/userName.xcuserdatad Finding UserInterfaceState.xcuserstate at the ...


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When Xcode opens, by default, it shows the Welcome to Xcode window upon which there is a list of recent projects one can select to open. To clear this list click: File > Open Recent > Clear Menu


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You can disable all the recent projects in system preferences > general and change the number of recent items to 0. Every time you open xcode now no recent projects will show up.


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wim-deblauwe's comment links to Release & Renew DHCP from the Command Line with ipconfig which shows how to do this: The basic syntax to renew DHCP lease from the command line with ipconfig is as follows: sudo ipconfig set (DEVICEINTERFACE) DHCP If you know the device interface (en0, en1, en2, etc), just run that command to release and ...


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You can select which version of Swift you'd like to use in Xcode 7.3 via the following: (Menu) XCode > Toolchains > (select your version)


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No, is not necessary. You can upload your app from both Xcode or Application Loader. Application Loader is a tool to help you upload your apps to iTunes Connect. It’s particularly helpful if your app includes In-App Purchase products that need to be configured for the app. Application Loader is explained in Using Application Loader. Application ...


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Add the following line to your .bash_profile: export PATH=/usr/local/bin:$PATH To be sure that will work, restart the terminal and then: echo $PATH This will output your PATH variable. The order of directories in PATH variable matters. So, in order to work as you mention, the result should start with /usr/local/bin:


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Was having the same problem - investigated and googled whole day yesterday and found out a solution. The problem seems to root from the TOOLTIPS that XCode tries to show for truncated filenames in the left pane of XCode. So just widen the left pane and this problem no longer occurs for me. Please read my blog if you want details: ...


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Most people, myself included, ask family, friends, and co-workers to help test. Depending on the technical details of what you want tested, you can also put out calls for testers on Twitter and Facebook. There are also websites that will help find testers for you, especially for games. Toucharcade is a good site for finding game testers.


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cheat allows you to create and view interactive cheatsheets on the command-line. It was designed to help remind *nix system administrators of options for commands that they use frequently, but not frequently enough to remember. https://github.com/chrisallenlane/cheat They also have a wiki page listing similar projects.


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Perhaps the terminal command 'apropos' could be of use. For example... 'apropos remote' should show commands for carrying out remote operations.


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Try Dash. Dash is an API Documentation Browser and Code Snippet Manager. Dash stores snippets of code and instantly searches offline documentation sets for 150+ APIs ... You can even generate your own docsets or request docsets to be included.


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I use CheatSheet which pops up a window if you press the Command key long enough and displays all currently available keyboard shortcuts.


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For applications in OS X, you can search for functions and keyboard shortcuts through an application's "Help" menu. This is similar to Cloud9's commands menu.


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In an effort to keep this somewhat up to date, deleting Xcode's config file as suggested by Apple Support seems to do the trick: /Library/Server/Web/Config/apache2/other/COM.APPLE.WEBAPP.XCODE.conf The server root no longer always redirects to http://example.com/xcode/, and Xcode is still accessible via http://example.com/xcode/. Now, if someone knows how ...


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Finally, I know we need the enterprise account for in house distributions. Alternate solutions are using Using third party's solution, I used https://www.diawi.com/. It works perfect. Using your apple developer account, add your devices' UDID number and used development team profile to install. Only 100 devices are allowed. Good luck!


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Everything is much more simple... open AppStore and click on the "Store" in the top-left menu and choose the following option - "Check for Unfinished Downloads...". Enter your Apple ID and password and you everything will be up and running. The reason is that XCode does require additional confirmation before download. Hope that helps.


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Everything is much more simple... Do not cancel anything, open AppStore and initiate the update (if you haven't done it yet); then click on the "Store" in the top-left menu and choose the following option - "Check for Unfinished Downloads...". Enter your Apple ID and password and you everything will be up and running. The reason is that XCode does require ...



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