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Ok I figured it out, sort of. It has to do with the SSL certificate on the server. I ended up purchasing an SSL from GoDaddy because I could never get a self signed to work. I would recommend using some of the other methods, like storing your plist in DropBox if you don't want to pay for an SSL and can't get the self signed to work. This was after reaching ...


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One of the answer posted that mentioned the lack of disk space was my problem (but I can't comment on it because my reputation is still too low). I had 7Gb of hard drive free space and was getting that error. Tried the main solution and all the other ones posted and none of them worked. Then I tried freeing up hard drive by uninstalling a bunch of apps I ...


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In Xcode 6.1.1 (Yosemite & Mavericks) it can be found here: /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Applications/iOS Simulator


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As mentioned in a separate answer, another option is to override the default PS1 prompt, like executing the following line (or adding it to your ~/.bash_profile file): $ PS1="$(scutil --get ComputerName):\W \u\\$ " refs: http://superuser.com/a/414903/39364 ...


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You can get older versions of Xcode in the Developer Center Downloads section you can go through the pages of Xcode related downloads to find the one you're looking for. You may need to log in to access this page.


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No you don't, at least not anymore. The possibility mentioned by @jherran involves installing yet another piece of software. If that's ok with you, you can use Hombrew or Macports. Its controversial which one is 'better', so take which one you like. But, since OSX Yosemite (or maybe earlier, not sure), the Command Line Tools can be installed separately, ...


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You could install both of them using Homebrew: brew install gcc brew install git To install homebrew, you just need this single command: ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)" Anyway, if you want to use git and gcc installed on you system, you don't need to install Xcode, instead you just need to ...


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You can try Colemak. It is less different from QWERTY and AZERTY then Dvorak so you will have the most used keyboard shortcuts ⌘+X, ⌘+C, ⌘+V in same place and ⌘+Q, ⌘+W, ⌘+A, ⌘+Z on the left side identical to QWERTY (though not AZERTY). [, ], {, } and | are at the same places as in QWERTY. Also check typing effort comparison of QWERTY, Dvorak and Colemak.


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You might be lucky and ports work :) I think the latest I saw in the mailing lists is that most ports will work. The issue is for GUIS and there other issues. Note that Xcode for OS X 10.10 does not supply gcc, it uses clang. However this works just as well if not better.


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Removing the ~/Library/Saved Application State/com.apple.dt.Xcode.savedState/directory might help as well.


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I was searching for this for so long time and what works for me is: ⌃ + 2 (Ctrl + 2 - Shows previous history) then click ↓ - this will jump back to previous definition ⌃ + 3 (Ctrl + 3 - Shows next history) then click ↓ - this will jump to next definition This will only work if you navigate through your class using ⌃ + 6 to jump between definitions.


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Yes, if you have a paid developer account you can create signed IPAs which can be installed on the device remotely, or you can use TestFlight. If you don't have a paid developer account but your device is jailbroken you can install unsigned IPAs. Note that this doesn't include debugging which can't be done remotely.


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You need to have project in order to be able to debug in Xcode. Xcode has to know how to compile/link/build Your files. You can make it very quickly by creating Command line tool. Go to File -> New.. -> Project... ⌘⇧N. Choose OS X -> Application -> Command Line Tool. On the next screen choose language to be C. Then You'll have new project with main.c file ...


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The devices tab is now a new screen. Use for Development no longer exists. The option in Window → Devices or ⇧⌘2. From that window you could enable devices for development by adding your provisioning profiles. Right click on device and select Show Provisioning Profiles.... It will appear a window where you can add your profiles. After that you will be ...


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Well, i know its stupid, but i found the problem. It doesnt work because im connecting to the Mac using VNC :( It seems connecting to Mac remotely , doesn't reproduce or simulate Keyboard keys and mouse clicks, even though i can see ctrl key goes down on "Keyboard Viewer" when i press ctrl, but something is wrong with VNC that prevent Xcode to act ...


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I have not played with Storyboards much. But I think you need to drag to the viewController.h file rather than the AppDelegate.h


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If you right click on the button you must see a menu with button actions. Move the cursor over any circle and it will appear a Plus symbol. Select and drag to your source.


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Go to File → New File or type ⌘+n. Under iOS or OS X select Other and click Next. You will be asked to give a name to that file. Call it whatever.txt and you are done.



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