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XCode No I can't possibly process

2021-12-02 18:35:02.353545+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

XCode: "No, I can't possibly process more than a keystroke every 4 seconds, I'm recompiling to see if the code you're correcting has any errors."

Also XCode: "That code that you fixed 15 minutes ago still has errors, you'll have to manually recompile to tell me it's fixed."

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#Comment Re: XCode No I can't possibly process made: 2021-12-03 18:26:53.092636+01 by: Dan Lyke

Oh, good call. Found that.

#Comment Re: XCode No I can't possibly process made: 2021-12-02 23:37:01.001121+01 by: markd

I turn live complaints off, and there's a new "don't vomit red everywhere" in xcrud 13 that makes the old errors not as annoying.

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