Xcode User Default Reference

Xcode User Default ReferenceThe Mac OS X user defaults system allows you to specify the values of program settings through your shell command editor instead of the program’s user interface (such as in the Preferences window). This facility allows program developers to give users access to features in early development or that may require particular knowledge to use properly. You use the defaults(1) command to access these settings. The Xcode application has several of these settings, which are also known as expert preferences or expert settings.
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Xcode Debugging Guide (Tools & Languages: IDEs)

Xcode Debugging Guide (Tools & Languages: IDEs)Finding and eliminating bugs in your code is a critical phase of the development process. Xcode provides advanced debugging facilities, which include debugging from the text editor so that you don’t stray far from your code, and using the mini debugger, which provides a graphical debugging experience that is less intrusive on the running application than other methods. You can also use a more traditional, specialized graphical debugger, or the debugger console.
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Xcode Installation Guide (Tools & Languages: IDEs)

Xcode Installation Guide (Tools & Languages: IDEs)Beginning in Mac OS X v10.5, Xcode supports installing multiple versions of the Xcode developer tools. When installing, the default location for the Xcode developer tools continues to be /Developer; however, you can install Xcode developer tools to any other directory or volume, including external drives. The Xcode directory can also be named something other than Developer. As with previous releases, the subdirectory hierarchy inside the installed Xcode directory should not be altered or rearranged.
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Xcode Build System Guide (Tools & Languages: IDEs)

Xcode Build System Guide (Tools & Languages: IDEs)The build system is the part of the Xcode that is responsible for transforming the components of a project into one or more finished products. The build system takes a number of inputs and performs operations such as compiling, linking, copying files and so forth to produce an output—usually an application or other type software.
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Sound Programming in the Apple iPhone OS Environment

Sound Programming in the Apple iPhone OS EnvironmentOver the last years an increasing number of music applications and games have been released. The iPhone platform has good variety in this field. However, most often the audio quality is not a prioritised feature, having bad impact on the perceived product quality.
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