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Add Objective-C syntax highlighting

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1 parent ba9048c commit deba05b6da2964f9f4e88a04b90e5dc9964ea8fa @GlennChiu committed Oct 30, 2012
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@@ -32,7 +32,7 @@ Should you use the block handler or notification API? Well, notifications allow
Block handler example:
self.reachability = [GCNetworkReachability reachabilityWithHostName:@""];
[self.reachability startMonitoringNetworkReachabilityWithHandler:^(GCNetworkReachabilityStatus status) {
@@ -53,7 +53,7 @@ If you use notifications, you can access the instance of `GCNetworkReachability`
Notification example:
[self.reachability startMonitoringNetworkReachabilityWithNotification]; = [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserverForName:kGCNetworkReachabilityDidChangeNotification
@@ -80,7 +80,7 @@ = [[NSNotificationCenter defaultCenter] addObserverForName:kGCNetw
You are not forced to start monitoring the network state, just to check the reachability. It's also possible to check the current network state when you need to via a single method. Please note that you should not use the hostname initializer for this, as this requires DNS to resolve the hostname before it can determine the reachability of that host. This may take time on certain network connections. Because of this, the API will return `GCNetworkReachabilityStatusNotReachable` until name resolution has completed:
GCNetworkReachability *reachability = [GCNetworkReachability reachabilityForInternetConnection];
if ([reachability isReachable])
@@ -103,7 +103,7 @@ switch ([reachability currentReachabilityStatus]) {
Check for IP address reachability:
// IPv4 address
GCNetworkReachability *reachability = [GCNetworkReachability reachabilityWithInternetAddressString:@""];

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