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Matt Ronge authored October 08, 2012

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     git clone https://github.com/mronge/MailCore.git
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     cd MailCore/
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 Now open up MailCore.xcodeproj and build either the iOS static library or the Mac OS X framework depending on your needs.
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 http://www.libmailcore.com
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-## Migrating to Version 1.0
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-The latest version of MailCore is no longer backwards compatible with earlier versions. I tried to keep backwards compatibility, but it became too complex, sorry :(
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-The biggest change is that exceptions are no longer used. Instead each method either returns a BOOL or an object that can be checked for success. If an error occurs each object has a `- (NSError *)lastError` method that can be consulted.
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-Here are a list of major changes:
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-* The method `- (int)fetchBody` has been renamed to `- (BOOL)fetchBodyStructure`
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-* The methods `messageObjectsFromIndex:toIndex:` and `messageListWithFetchAttributes:` have both been removed. They've been replaced by the new and improved `messagesFromSequenceNumber:to:withFetchAttributes:` and `messagesFromUID:to:withFetchAttributes:`. Please see the header file CTCoreFolder.m for details.
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-- NSException is no longer used, instead NSError is used.
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-- A CTCoreMessage's to, from, sender, bcc, cc, and subject values are nil when they have not been downloaded or message doesn't have them
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-- Message UIDs are now NSUIntegers instead of NSStrings
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-- `- (BOOL)isUIDValid:(NSString *)uid` has been removed. Instead check your uid validity value manually
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 Thanks,
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-Matt Ronge 
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+Matt Ronge  
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+[@mronge](http://www.twitter.com/mronge)

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