Photo 15 Sep 11 notes Xcode thinks somebody has been messing with it’s private stuff. 

Xcode thinks somebody has been messing with it’s private stuff. 

Photo 3 Sep 21 notes In Xcode, your bugs haunt you into their own afterlife. 

In Xcode, your bugs haunt you into their own afterlife. 

Photo 18 Aug 12 notes Xcode 6.0b5, code named “Highlander”.

Xcode 6.0b5, code named “Highlander”.

Photo 29 Jul 19 notes Xcode vs. iTunes, the battle continues.
Update: forgot I had an old Radar about this: rdar://8294752

Xcode vs. iTunes, the battle continues.

Update: forgot I had an old Radar about this: rdar://8294752

Photo 23 Jul 13 notes Can I even do this without violating my Mac’s warranty?

Can I even do this without violating my Mac’s warranty?

Photo 30 May 15 notes WWDC is coming. New version of Xcode?

WWDC is coming. New version of Xcode?

Video 22 May 18 notes

Fix it? FIX IT?

[ rdar://16994143 ]

Update: Many people on Twitter offered fixes. This was intended to be about Xcode’s conflicting “Fix-it” options, not about how to correctly set up a format string for an enum.

Photo 2 Apr 8 notes I had this exact dialog almost two years ago, and it STILL HAPPENS.
But the last time the UI looked different: http://www.textfromxcode.com/post/23111715122

I had this exact dialog almost two years ago, and it STILL HAPPENS.

But the last time the UI looked different: http://www.textfromxcode.com/post/23111715122

Photo 28 Mar 15 notes You break it, you fix it… wait, no. I’ll do it.

You break it, you fix it… wait, no. I’ll do it.

Video 21 Mar 6 notes

Xcode’s doing its part to prevent developers from having problems with iCloud.


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