Standalone SPM projects, performance improvements, cross-resolve for the Kotlin/Native plugin, trusted projects, VCS improvements, and more.
Long-awaited support for pure SPM projects is here – same as in CLion!
AppCode now resolves all Objective-C entities in Swift packages.
Local SPM packages are now correctly processed.
We’ve decreased the time it takes to open large projects once the initial indexing and caching are finished.
We’ve added the concept of trusted projects to AppCode to mitigate the risks associated with opening projects from unknown and untrusted sources. Read about them in this blog post.
AppCode can inspect your code before you commit it to help you make sure there are no bugs. Choose a code inspection profile before committing changes to VCS – click the gear icon to display the commit options, select the Analyze code checkbox, click Choose profile, and select the desired profile.
You can create a custom commit message template in Git, and AppCode will display this text as an initial commit message.
A new Save to Shelf action allows you to copy your changes to the Shelf while keeping them in the local changes. You can access this action by pressing
⇧⌘A and typing Save to Shelf.
Learn more about other VCS improvements across all IntelliJ-based products.
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