AppCode 2020.3 Help


Search for preferences

To search for any IDE settings, use Search Everywhere (double Shift) or Find Action ⌃⇧A.

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You can also use the regular search available via the search field in the Preferences dialog ⌃⌥S. Just start typing the text you want to find, and have all its occurrences highlighted.

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Preferences in Xcode and AppCode

In the table below, you can see how particular Xcode preferences correspond to AppCode settings.

Xcode AppCode Comments
Show live issues - AppCode always displays warnings and errors.
Continue building after errors -
Mac/Simulator Test Parallelization -
Automatically unlock files - AppCode detects if a file needs to be unlocked and suggests a way to do it when you are trying to edit such files.
Find Navigator Detail -
Issue Navigator Detail -
Dialog Warnings -
Accounts - There are no account settings in AppCode. It’s expected that Apple accounts are configured in Xcode.
Behaviors - The closest analog to Behaviors in AppCode is a combination of external tools (Preferences | Appearance & Behavior | Notifications and Preferences | Tools | External Tools).
Navigation - Because of the navigation differences, there are no such settings in AppCode.
Fonts and colors
Theme chooser Preferences | Editor | Color Scheme AppCode has separate highlighting settings for each editor scheme for all the supported languages, so you can adjust them as you want. Common settings are available in Preferences | Editor | Color Scheme | General.
Font chooser Preferences | Editor | Color Scheme | Color Scheme Font, Preferences | Editor | Color Scheme | Console Font Xcode lets you specify different fonts for different code constructs. AppCode uses a single font in the editor for all code constructs.
Text editing
Editing Preferences | Editor
Line Numbers Preferences | Editor | General | Appearance | Show Line Numbers
Code folding ribbon Preferences | Editor | General | Code Folding | Show code folding outline
Page Guide at column Preferences | Editor | General | Appearance | Show hard wrap guide, Show indent guides, Preferences | Editor | Code Style | Hard wrap at, Visual Guides Xcode lets you have one guide in the editor and does not wrap the text automatically. AppCode allows having several guides together with a so-called Hard Wrap guide, which allows auto-wrapping on type.
Highlight instances of selected symbols Preferences | Editor | General | Highlight on Caret Movement | Highlight usages of element at caret
Editor overscroll -
Code completion Preferences | Editor | General | Code Completion
Default text encoding/line ending Preferences | Editor | File Encodings
Code coverage From the main menu, select Run | Run '<application>' with Coverage Currently, code coverage is available in AppCode for unit testing only.
Indents Preferences | Editor | Code Style
Key bindings Preferences | Keymap
Source control Preferences | Version Control
Components, Locations, Server & bots It’s expected that settings from these sections are configured in Xcode. Once it's done, AppCode will automatically handle them.
Last modified: 08 May 2020