Use case : after installing 3.0.2 and exCode 5.1.1, i got a storm of new warnings !!! mostly legit, cruft left over from early development stages refactorings. So i am on a rampage to remove these dreaded warnings. The specific app will be at its fifth AppStore publish, so i tend to do this on a line-by-line basis. So : fix a warning, compile, run unit test, run integrated test, and onwards. The compiler (after the fix) reports nada, since the only module modified now compiles warning-free. I would like to go back to the original 'full compile' output and carry on with the 60 or so modules i need to fix.
For the moment, i open a term, and touch a globally imported 'constants.h' file, and recompile.
Is there a builtin way i ignore to return to that full compile, to avoid the 45 seconds or so of wait for the compile to complete ?
ps. clean is not an option : 45 seconds turn into 200 seconds since compile occurs after the resources copy.