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A quickly written Cocoa app that converts Xcode 3 or prior's text macros (.xctxtmacro) into Xcode 4's snippets (.codesnippet).
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README.md

What is it?

Converts Xcode 3 or prior's text macro definitions (.xctxtmacro) into Xcode 4's similar 'snippet' definitions (.codesnippet).

(Possible) Build Requirements

  • Snow Leopard or later.

How to Use

  1. Launch the app.

  2. Click a 'Convert' button. (Open panel will appear)

  3. Choose a .xctxtmacro file you want to convert.

  4. Click 'Open'.

  5. Done.

    The app will create a folder with same name, same place as the .xctxtmacro file you've chosen.

    Then places .codesnippet files each are corresponding to one text macro definition.

    Put those files into ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/UserData/CodeSnippets, and relaunch the Xcode 4.

Enjoy!

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