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Autobuild numbers in Xcode4

In Xcode 4 look in the Navigator pane, which is the pane on the left side of the Xcode screen. It has 7 icons across the top. Select the left-most icon (looks like a file folder) to get the Project

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Submitting Apps to Apple with a space in the name

Now Apple introduced a neat feature to archive your Apps before submitting. Neatly because it stores the symbol table, so it an App crashes you can download the logs from the Apple website and get a pointer right to the

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Xcode analyzer error: Analyzer skipped this file due to parse errors

Apple integrated the Clang Static Analyzer into Xcode a while back. It’s a part of the LLVM project and it uses the clang C/C++/Objective-C compiler front-end to the LLVM compiler to perform static analysis.

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Ignoring the build dir in Xcode

I decided to move some of my code to Project Locker, but found that the build dir is always listed by SVN like: oehoeboeroe:artemis aqua$ svn status M      . ?       build M      

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Taking a screenshot from the iPad simulator

I just found out about a convenient way of taking screenshots from the iPhone Simulator (which, incidentally, is also an iPad Simulator). Just run your application and when you get to the screen you need to save, press Control +

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