Xcode 4 and Snow Leopard

May 31st, 2012

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I have seen many questions from people on various forums who want to use Xcode 4 on Snow Leopard but can’t find it. To download Xcode 4 on Snow Leopard, you must be a member of one of Apple’s paid (iOS or Mac) developer programs. If you have a paid developer membership, you can download […]

Setting Up OCUnit Unit Testing in Xcode 4

May 15th, 2012

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Xcode ships with OCUnit, which allows you to unit test Objective-C code. This post shows you how to setup Xcode 4 so you can unit test Cocoa and iOS applications. Create an Appropriate Project The easiest way to add unit testing support in Xcode 4 is to create a project that uses the Cocoa or […]

Downloading Xcode Without Using the Mac App Store

May 11th, 2012

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I have read many posts on Apple’s free developer forums from people having problems downloading and installing Xcode from the App Store. If you are having similar problems, there is an alternative to using the App Store. You can download Xcode from the following URL: https://developer.apple.com/download You can also use this URL to download older […]

Xcode 4: Opening the Welcome Window

April 5th, 2012

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When you launch Xcode, the default behavior is to open a welcome window. The following screenshot shows a cropped version of the welcome window: You can tell Xcode not to open the welcome window by deselecting the checkbox at the bottom of the welcome window. Suppose you deselect the checkbox and decide later you want […]

Xcode 4.3 Changes

February 17th, 2012

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Apple recently released Xcode 4.3. I did not notice many changes in Xcode 4.3, not enough for me to update¬†Xcode Tools Sensei. This post details what changed in Xcode 4.3. The Xcode Tools Are Packaged in a Single Application The biggest change in Xcode 4.3 is how Xcode is installed and packaged. Previous versions of […]