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Thomas Visser Oct 14
Replying to @BasThomas
Thanks. Heeft iedereen tot nu toe overheen gelezen :)
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Thomas Visser Oct 14
Truth in advertising: part of the job is to “restart Xcode in an attempt to get syntax highlighting to work again”
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Thomas Visser Oct 10
Any tips for the magical incantation that’ll make AirPlay screen mirroring work again on my 2017 MacBook Pro with Sierra?
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Thomas Visser Oct 9
RT if you wear an AirPod upside down in the opposite ear when changing sides as you try to fall asleep
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Sir Andrew Aguecheek Oct 6
congratulations to the happy couple
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Thomas Visser Oct 6
Replying to @ebluehands @aligatr
Both projects are not actively maintained by the looks of it. I had used Rome before and it looked easy enough to tweak.
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Thomas Visser Oct 6
Replying to @aligatr
Thanks for the suggestion! An auto-generated podspec could be nice, although it might need some manual tuning anyway
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Thomas Visser Oct 6
Replying to @tjeerdintveen
Rome is a CP plugin and can leverage the existing pod. For carthage we’d have needed to set up an xcode project that we don’t use otherwise
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Thomas Visser Oct 5
Replying to @thomvis
Not sure how future proof the solution is. I've yet to run it on Xcode 9 ☺️️
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Thomas Visser Oct 5
Replying to @thomvis
Challenges included proper handling of dSYMs and bitcode symbol maps and dealing with frameworks that are not in the simulator SDK (Metal)
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Thomas Visser Oct 5
Replying to @thomvis
So we now have two pods: 'Highstreet' and 'HighstreetBinary'. Use the former for development, the latter for building client apps
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Thomas Visser Oct 5
Replying to @thomvis
Rome makes CP output .framework bundles instead of integrating them. Those can be wrapped as vendored frmwrks in a drop-in replacement pod
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Thomas Visser Oct 5
Replying to @thomvis
Using CocoaPods Rome and a healthy dose of Xcode Project manipulation in the Podfile, our apps now build 4-5x faster 😎
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Thomas Visser Oct 5
Learned quite a few things about Xcode & CocoaPods today while trying to create a binary distribution of an internal pod
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Thomas Visser Oct 4
Replying to @steipete
Yes that is the downside! On the other hand, some “system behavior” is not in there, like the collapsing/minimizing topbar of Safari
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Thomas Visser Oct 4
Replying to @steipete
Agreed. We built one, 3 years ago. It’s been ok, but iPhone X is going to be interesting…
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Thomas Visser Oct 4
Replying to @steipete
Build your own UINavigationBar replacement? 😞
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Thomas Visser Oct 3
Replying to @steipete
Have you tried copying over somebody else’s UIKit.framework in the Xcode app bundle?
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Thomas Visser Oct 3
Is it ok to call () off main thread? Seemed to work great, but we then found a glitch solved by calling it on main.
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Thomas Visser Oct 3
Replying to @markoudev
Werkt alleen voor Android gebruikers en iOS gebruikers met Chrome (rara wat hebben die gemeen) lees ik op website van Plingme. Nieuw voor me
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