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Step into Xcode Mac OS X Development by Fritz Anderson

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Chapter 18. Navigating an Xcode Project

Part I of this book showed the use of Xcode in building a small project. We covered many features of the development environment, but the necessities of the task kept us from attaining much depth on any feature. In Part II, we look at Xcode’s features in greater detail.

Editor Panes

In Xcode, practically everything that can move on the screen has an editing pane attached to it. The one in the project window lets you edit whatever you’ve selected in the Groups & Files list or the detail list. The one in the debugger window allows you to not merely see but also change the code you’re executing. The one in the SCM status window lets you review versions and diffs. There are even windows that are only for editing ...

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