How to open a Mac Terminal application from Finder, in its current directory? Get the app OpenTerminalHere by Marc Liyanage and add its icon in the Finder toolbar. Click on the icon to open a Terminal. How to make that Terminal display the working directory in its window title? Modify the OpenTerminalHere like this : […]Read more "OpenTerminalHere with wd in title"
How does the user change the language of the application? It looks like he can only change the language of the entire iPhone (Settings -> General -> International -> Language). After the change, an app internationalized for that language will respond in it. How does the user change the language of the application? – take […]Read more "Internationalization of my iPhone app"
Here is a quick checklist Build app and launch on the device Launch Shark (perhaps from Spotlight) From the Shark menu, select Sampling->Network/iPhone Profiling In the Shark window, select the radio button “Control network profiling of shared computers”. Select your iPhone in the list and optionally configure the profiling session Check “Use:” next to your […]Read more "Profiling an iPhone application with Shark"
Installed Firefox and its Google toolbar – OK Configured the trackpad to respond to taps. Mac wants to update 13 items, including the OS, to 10.5.8 – OK Use the Mac Migration Assistant to copy over the user account and files from the old Mac – OK Install iPhone SDK 3.0 for Leopard – download […]Read more "Installing iPhone dev tools on the MacBookPro"
Here is a checklist for setting up git for Xcode projects on a Mac. 1- install Install Git from git-osx-installer Install Gitx from gitx Launch Gitx and invoke Enable Terminal Usage form Preferences Read up the git basics 2- set up git for an Xcode project : cd <projectdir> git init This creates the subdirectory […]Read more "Git, Xcode and ProjectLocker"
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