…ve everything from src up to the top level so this looks like a typical project repo.
The usual IB voodoo from whenever it sees a XIB.
…ting sent to a dealloc'ed object. Looks like I was over-releasing the window controller on close.
…oved when I experimented with ARC.
…ing in Xcode 5.
… the OS versions I'm targeting.
… accept had to do with overriding the ARCH setting. Might revisit later.
…f the infinite recursion that Dominik addressed in 8be56d8. In UIStateRestoration.h, the UIStateRestoring protocol has a property of type id<UIStateRestoring>, and the "<UIStateRestoring>" part of that was incorrectly parsed as a list of protocols that UIStateRestoring inherits from. As a result, UIStateRestoring was added to its own list of implemented protocols. It makes sense to also have Dominik's change as a defensive measure. Another possibility would be to have that method return a set instead of an array.
…" in Xcode5-DP6, iOS7
…he Xcode project was pointing to the wrong location for the files.
… out, may contain nulls.
…think; I forget the OS X version). The reason was that class docs now have *two* <h1> tags. The workaround is to ignore any <h1> tags after the first.
…bject docs are in the docset *before* spending the time to parse all the headers and HTML files. Also got rid of the database delegate and an NSOperation subclass that wasn't needed (more straightforward to use an NSInvocationOperation).
…nity-checking of the Dev Tools path.
…n set up their bash init to run commands that generate output, so I can't assume the output of bash contains only the output of xcode-select. More detail in the code comments.
…le every time I make a little edit to the to-do list.
…claration matches .h.