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Control–Space bar is used to either turn the Auto-Complete ON/OFF. You can read more about it here
This has changed. The better place to download Xcode 6 Beta (as of Beta 3), is the Apple Swift resources page.
Xcode prior to 4.3, which is when Apple transitioned to a single repackaged .app for their developer tools, also shipped with an uninstall-devtools command line utility. It takes a look at any receipts of Xcode installs on your system and reports that it's removing things like caches, as well. Invoke as: sudo /Developer/Library/uninstall-devtools to do a ...
Xcode 6 beta is available to anyone that signs up for a free developer account at https://developer.apple.com/programs/which-program/ and scroll to the bottom of the page. Paid developers get distribution and code signing certificates, but you can start with Swift and the beta Xcode 6 for free. More details are on the developer news and the Apple swift ...
If your main machine is a laptop, do NOT run Server on it. I tried this once, and was rather taken aback by the amount of time it spent with the fans on full. The battery life was cut by at least 50%, too. Most of this is down to such abominations as PostgreSQL, which seems to love the CPU and makes as much use of it as possible. I have since installed it ...
Generally, installing OS X Server on a main machine is not recommended, but if you have no choice, it should still be fine. There are some things to note, of course… PostgreSQL has a massive impact on boot up times and shutdown times. PostgreSQL is used by many of the services in OS X Server and has meant that my iMac now takes well over 3 minutes to shut ...
Possibly installing the latest command line tools will help? xcode-select --install from terminal.
Solved by manually downloading latest Xcode from developer.apple.com/downloads/. Everything updated just fine.
The PAUSED download is not the same as STOPPED. You stopped the download (disconnected) so the temporary download file was deleted. The resume function does not work for that.
Xcode 6 currently requires an active iOS or Mac Developer Program membership, available from developer.apple.com/programs, as Xcode 6 and Swift is not publicly available yet. Once Xcode 6 is out of beta / prerelease anyone should be able to download it from the MAS, but that is speculation based on past experience and not something Apple has announced.
This is probably not the best solution, but I remembered this just as I was asking the question. After running brew install libcurl, I moved everything except pkgconfig from /usr/local/Cellar/curl/7.37.0/lib into /usr/lib, replacing old files. So I'm still at version 7.37.0, but it compiles properly now. I don't know what the compiler error was trying to ...
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