Hi AppCode users. I don't take newbie questions lightly, but after my first two weeks of using AppCode and searching the web/discussions, there are two significant issues I haven't cracked, which should logically be two different posts, but since they're both of the newbie kind, I thought I'd combine them...
1) I cannot reliably kill a test run. Stop and %F2 seem to merely pause the executable. Recompiling and redebugging the app doesn't even suggest that there is an app running. I am often shocked on exit to find as many as 26 instances of my test code running, or multiple instances of my code in debug mode. This eventually locks up the system, and I have to Force Quit Appcode. So my question:
-> How do you actually terminate a debug session such that it is gone? Stop seems no different than Pause.
2) I have been trying to adjust my editor settings (such as use tabs) by using AppCode->Preferences->Editor settings, etc. The problem is that my choices seem to only apply to one open source file, and even then, only for the duration that one source file is open.
-> How do you make global changes to editor preferences that will remain in effect for all files, at the very least, within a given project, if not permanently?
Thanks everyone. It's taken a little bit to acclimate to AppCode, and all platforms have some issues / are missing some features, but over all, I think AppCode is trememdously more robust than XCode, and that's why I've switched.
Thanks to everyone for their help.
- Jeff Diamond
P.S. I'm using AppCode 1.6.2 on Snow Leopard (10.6.8)