Follow these simple steps, and you’ll have your app auto-updating asap.
These steps apply to Xcode 4. If you’re still on Xcode 3, read Instructions (Xcode 3).
SUUpdaterin the Class box of the Custom Class section in the inspector.
sharedUpdater, which updates the hosting .app bundle. If you want to update a non-app bundle, such as a Preference Pane, see Updating a Bundle for alternative instructions.
SUPublicDSAKeyFilekey to your Info.plist; set its value to your public key’s filename—unless you renamed it, this will be dsa_pub.pem.
SUFeedURLkey to your Info.plist; set its value to the URL of your appcast.
CFBundleVersionkey in your Info.plist.
quit:Sparkle doesn’t ask the user about updates until the second launch, in order to make your users’ first-launch impression cleaner.
That’s it! You’re done! You don’t have to do any more. But you might want to:
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