Xcode Archives

How to fix “active developer path does not exist” with git on macOS

I’ve recently removed Xcode from my ageing MacBook. Ever since then, I’m getting an error when I try to run git from the command line. The error goes something like this: xcrun: error: active developer path (“/Library/Developer/CommandLineTools”) does not exist That’s because Xcode had installed several command line tools provided by Apple, and one of … Read more

How to use Xcode for C and C++ development

Not only is Xcode an excellent IDE for iOS and macOS apps in both Swift and Objective-C; it does just as fine a job for regular C and C++ code. This includes all the features we know and love, such as code completion, version control, and all the rest of it.

Let’s see how to use Xcode 8.3 for C and C++ development.

A Chinese Version of this article can be found here.

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How to populate an NSTableView in Code

In this screencast I’ll show you how to power an NSTableView using code. I’m referencing this article for code snippets and details: http://pinkstone.co.uk/how-to-populate-an-nstableview-in-code/ I’ve also made a “no-code” version on how to populate an NSTableView using an Array Controler and Cocoa Bindings here: http://pinkstone.co.uk/how-to-bind-an-nsarraycontroller-to-an-nstableview/ Enjoy! https://wpguru.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/podcast/316-NSTableView.mp4Podcast: Download (Duration: 15:29 — 90.5MB)

How to use Branches in Xcode

In this video I will show you how to use the Git Branch feature in Xcode 5.1. Branches are helpful if you’re developing your app. You can isolate a “working” version, create a new branch and fiddle with new features that may destabilise your project. You can then commit your changes – working or not … Read more