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Latest commit 749fe47 Mar 18, 2013 @conradev Resolve NSBlock at runtime
Do not link to it and do not define an interface for it.
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BlockTypeDescription

BlockTypeDescription adds a block's type signature to its description. It makes debugging more transparent, and turns an otherwise useless description into a useful one.

Because this project replaces an existing method on the private NSBlock class, this should be used for debugging purposes only.

Example Usage

NSString * (^someBlock)(NSString *, BOOL, CGRect, float*[30]) = ^(NSString *a, BOOL b, CGRect c, float *d[30]) {
    return @"Some return value";
};
NSLog(@"This is my block! %@", someBlock);

Before

This is my block! <__NSGlobalBlock__: 0x35c0>

After

This is my block! <__NSGlobalBlock__: (id (^)(id, char, struct CGRect, float*[30]))>

License

BlockTypeDescription is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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