Xcode 4 Migration
Xcode 4 Migration
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First off, read this — as advertised, super mega awesome — review by Martin Pilkington:
So it is finally here. Xcode 4 has been released into the world and we are now allowed to talk about it. As my review of Xcode 3.2 went down really well I thought I would have a go at reviewing Xcode 4 in depth. I’ll also be publishing other posts over the next few days going in to some of the bigger changes since 3.2 in more detail and hopefully helping you migrate. I’ve also put in radar numbers for all bugs and feature requests, so you can file duplicates or so any of the Xcode dev team reading this can find them…
At writing time images had been removed due to excessive popularity; fireballed version here if that’s still the case for you.
If you like screencasts, Pragmatic Studio has six of them here to introduce you to various features:
You will almost certainly want to print yourself out a copy of Cocoa Samurai’s
… I proceeded to install it over my current installation. After the installation, I was still able to find IB plugins that were now appearing as standard directories, since Interface Builder is gone. Well, maybe I should retract what I just said. It does seem that the installer package correctly removes Interface Builder but it also seems that it “forgets” some obsolete files as well. I then proceeded to uninstall the developer tools with the script, then re-installed Xcode 4. I saved around 3GB over the installation that was done over the existing Developer directory…
… Here’s my not-so-surprising prediction: Xcode 4 will likely be released to the masses alongside Lion sometime around Summer of 2011…
Given that, not surprising that they recently tweeted:
… Xcode 4 has been released. In other news, Josh is writing faster …
Heh. Good luck with that!
That’s about it we’ve noticed so far; any other resources, intros, hints, tips, or tricks to add, Dear Readers?
If you really *really* need to … Using ppc and 10.4 SDK With Xcode 4
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