[NEW] --base-class-import option to specify base classes that are in another location (subproject). David Aspinall
The objective was to specify a base class that was being loaded from a static library project rather than the local project. This was the --base-class GVCManagedObject \ --base-class-import "<GVCCoreData/GVCManagedObject.h>"
[CHANGE] Treat entities whose class name is "" (empty string) as not having a custom class at all (Recent versions of Xcode use the empty string as default class for entities). (Matthias Bauch)
…g) it should be considered to not have a custom subclass. Recent versions of Xcode use the empty string as default class for entities.
deployment target to 10.6. Closes #121.
[FIX] Correct generation of fetch requests with repeated variables. (Sergei Winitzki)
[NEW] Generated attribute @property declarations can include the readonly modifier. Invoke by adding an entry with the key `mogenerator.readonly` to the attribute's user info (leave the value empty -- the presence of the key is enough). (crispinb)
--- Wasnt importing any header when using `mogenerator.customBaseClass` entity userInfo key as `-[NSEntityDescription hasCustomSuperentity]` wasnt aware of the option.
--- As in Xcode 4.3 the .m file template has now a private interface declaration. Signed-off-by: Jonas Schnelli <email@example.com>
--- The pointer stars were aligned inconsistently throughout the default templates. They have been aligned hard against the variable name or closing bracket, with a preceding space. Happy to change this to whatever style you prefer @rentzsch, but my OCD side wont let this slide in templates I use everywhere.
--- fixed issue #98