How to Create an Outlet for the Map Controller in Your iOS App
How to Customize Xcode for Your iPad App
How to Add and Set Up the EventPageController in the MainStoryboard in Your iOS App

The Issue Navigator in Xcode

The Issue navigator is one of the navigators provided by Xcode for your application development. The errors displayed in Apple LLVM compiler's Live Issues also appear in the Issue navigator, as shown in this figure.

An error message displayed by the Issue navigator.
An error message displayed by the Issue navigator.

To get to the Issue navigator, you select it in the Navigator selector bar.

image1.jpg

If, in spite of Live Issues and Fix-it (or any other) warnings, you decide to compile the program, the Issue navigator will automatically launch for you.

The Issue navigator displays the error and warning messages generated in a Project or Workspace and is similar to the other navigators you've used so far.

When you select a warning or error in the Issue navigator, an editor displays the item with the issue, and if the error occurs in a source file, the issue message is placed on the line of code with the issue.

Place the pointer over an issue message that ends with an ellipsis (which appears if the pane is too narrow to display the entire message) to get a complete description of the issue.

You can display issues by file or by type using the buttons on the Scope bar, filter the issue list with the Filter bar, and even step through issues using the Issue stepper in the Jump bar. Use the Next and Previous buttons in the Jump bar to jump to the previous and next issues.

You can also change Xcode preferences to have the Issue navigator displayed and a sound played when a build fails.

  • Add a Comment
  • Print
  • Share
blog comments powered by Disqus
How to Add the Events Controller to Your iOS App
How to Create an iOS App
How to Set Up a WeatherController in the Main_iPad.storyboard file for Your iOS App
How to Add the Weather View Controller to Your iOS App
How to Add a New View Controller to Your iOS App
Advertisement

Inside Dummies.com