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I hate XCode. (Yeah

2023-03-21 20:50:03.958265+01 by Dan Lyke 2 comments

I hate XCode.

(Yeah, if I knew more about why it keeps beachballing on me I'd elaborate, but for now that's all I got. Just hate.)

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#Comment Re: I hate XCode.(Yeah made: 2023-03-21 21:07:22.629475+01 by: markd

Activity monitor can take a sample. There's also the `spindump` command that'll give info about what's beachballing.

Do you have any corporate anti-virus / Endpoint Management garbage? The xcode git integration sometimes sends that into conniptions, probably due to spinlocking hitting the file system.

#Comment Re: I hate XCode.(Yeah made: 2023-03-21 22:03:59.010996+01 by: brainopener

Ooo.... that spindump utility is handy.

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