Refactor > Convert to modern Objective-C syntax #45

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@florianbuerger

Should under latest Xcode verisons.

@robbiehanson
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The latest Xcode is not yet officially released. It's still in beta testing. I'll pull these changes after the official release.

@florianbuerger

Ah, thought Apple included this into the latest stable release as well.

On 25.06.2012, at 22:59, "Robbie Hanson" reply@reply.github.com wrote:

The latest Xcode is not yet officially released. It's still in beta testing. I'll pull these changes after the official release.


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@ultramiraculous

XCode 4.4 will be official whenever Mountain Lion comes out in July.

Soon!

@glentregoning

XCode 4.3.3 includes these, this is available in the AppStore so I believe is official.

@apparentsoft

I don't see literals support in 4.3.3. And not the "Convert to modern Objective-C syntax". Command. 4.3.3 still uses LLVM 3.1 while 4.4 uses LLVM 4.0

@glentregoning

My mistake - indeed it doesn't appear like these are in 4.3.3.

@ArloL
ArloL commented Jul 28, 2012

Xcode 4.4 is now released.

@robbiehanson robbiehanson merged commit 29f6235 into CocoaLumberjack:master Jul 29, 2012
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