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Hi,

Try building the target against device (instead of simulator) and reopen .swift file: in-editor warnings should work after that. Please get back to us if it doesn't help.

Thanks for your response. Indeed, it worked once (very slowly turned this line into an error) but now it's not working again (I think beacuse of appcode reset). Do I need to run it on device every single time to get it working?

 

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Could you please clarify what exactly do you mean by "appcode reset"? Did you invalidate caches or delete AppCode DerivedData folder? In general, after building against device in-editor warnings should work unless you remove caches/DerivedData.

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I meant restarting. Ok, one more question is there any pernament solution solving this problem?

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After you build for a device once simple restarting should not break the error higlighting, only clean or significant changes to the project can do that.

 

We're working on improving that, but unfortunately there is no better solution at the moment.

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Ok, thanks for your responses. Appreciate it. Keep up the good work and make this IDE even better! It's already 1000x better than Xcode.

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