Is there any way to tinker with the iPhone SDK on a Windows machine? Are there plans for an iPhone SDK version for Windows? The only other way I can think of doing this is to run a Mac VM image on a VMWare server running on Windows, although I'm not
With the iPhone SDK: I have a UIView with UITextFields that brings up a keyboard. I need it to be able to: Allow scrolling of the contents of the UIScrollView to see the other text fields once the keyboard is brought up Automatically "jump" (by
I have seen the option of snapshot option in the File menu of Xcode. But I don't know what it means. Where can the snapshot option can be used? Why would this option be used? Advantages of using this option? --------------Solutions------------- Where
And annoyingly! This happens intermittently. I want to say it's just in 3.2 but I was seeing it a little bit before then too. Basically, what happens typically is when I view the documentation for a Class, and scroll down to say, the properties, once
I have a pesky problem that I can't solve without some help: I had Leopard 10.5.8 installed on a Mac Pro and Xcode 3.1.3 and yesterday I upgraded to SL. After the upgrade, something happened to the existing Xcode because I couldn't build anymore (xco
I was attempting to try to add the [cocos2d] template to Xcode but instead of my iPhone OS templates appearing under the iPhone OS heading it is showing all the Mac OS X templates. (See screenshot). How can I reset this back to the factory defaults?
In XCode there's a text key binding ^Y to the "yank" command. What does "yank" mean? I thought it was to "yank back deleted text" but so far it only "yanks back" text I cut, which means its synonymous with "pas
I somehow ended up with a ClrLn command in my Xcode text key bindings, the Delete command. What is the ClrLn command and how did I get it to appear there? What keystroke combination on the keyboard results in a ClrLn command being issued? -----------
Xcode Documentation only downloads to the current computer from within Xcode. I want to download the iPhone OS 3.0 Reference Library but the thing is - I am not using my Mac right now. My Mac is at my home and doesn't have internet connection. I don'
I want to assign a shortcut key to the "Jump To Definition" context menu item in XCode. How? --------------Solutions------------- You did not mention which version of Xcode you are using, but here is how to do it in Xcode 2.5 (on 10.4/Tiger): Si
In Windows, when you start explorer, there will be a tree view on left side. After selecting a specific folder / drive when you press *, it will expand all to depth. I want to do the same in Xcode - after selecting a particular group in Xcode Project
On my previous macbook I had some hidden defaults preference defined for XCode that showed console right after I did "Build and Go" for my app. Now on my new MB machine I can't remember which was it. Yes, I know I should've transferred my prefer
I have heard you could use Xcode for PHP development with syntax highlighting, syntax check, code completion etc. some time ago, maybe years ago. Is there a way to add PHP support to a current Xcode version (3.2.2 or later)? Currently I use NetBeans
I'm running XCode 3.2, and when I double click on a file in Groups and Files it always opens in a new window. What I'd like is for it to appear in the main Xcode editor. I've tried changes the preferences in the Xcode preference panel without any suc
I plugged in an external monitor. All resolutions match perfectly. MacBookPro LCD is closed. After restarting Xcode editor fonts look very bad. Only in Xcode. When I restart the mac and DON'T use an external monitor, fonts look all right again. When
What is the best way of ensuring my xcode projects are backed up. I am new to Mac and I see there is a timemachine programme, but isn't that for all files? I just want to make sure my xcode files are backed up on a network drive because this is for w
I've been launching Xcode from Quicksilver quite happily for weeks. Suddenly late yesterday, without changing either Xcode or Quicksilver, it started appearing like this: There's no "open" option in the action list anymore. I rebooted with no jo
So I've installed XCode on Snow Leopard. Why am I getting messages like this: sudo: make: command not found What do I need to do to resolve this issue? Solution: I'm not sure what happened, but I was able to fix the problem by downloading the newest
I've downloaded the iPhone SDK 4 and I started the installer. Everything seemed fine until it entered into the "installation" step, at which point an "Installation Alert" dialog was raised asking me to close Xcode. I closed Xcode right
How can I install an ibplugin in Xcode 4 under Mac OS X Snow Leopard? --------------Solutions------------- The release notes hint that this is not possible. They state that you can build IB files containing plugin stuff but not edit them, IIRC.