How can I see all compiler errors without having to build?

One extremely helpful feature of Xcode is that I can see all of the errors in my project without having to actually build the whole thing. Soon after I type a bit of code that triggers an error somewhere, Xcode notifies me. Is there a way to get AppCode to do this as well?

 

Thanks,

Michael

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Hi Michael.

We are planning to add on-the-fly syntax inspections for Swift in the future. Please see our roadmap in our blog: http://blog.jetbrains.com/objc/2016/01/appcode-3-4-roadmap-update/.

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What about for Objective-C? Objective-C should not be left behind, as existing code bases will be supporting it for many years. For example, only 11 of the top 100 apps in the app store right now are Swift apps, and the company I work at has no plans to include Swift any time soon.

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AppCode provides over 60 code inspections just for Objective-C, C and C++, and a number of code inspections for other supported languages. All code inspections are run on the fly. You can find out more in our web help.

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