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by: Bernard Teo

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Tue 25 Sep 2012

Xcode 4.5 for Mountain Lion 10.8.2 and iOS6

Category : Technology/Xcode4dot5.txt

I've just upgraded Xcode to version 4.5, running on Mountain Lion, and it includes the SDK for iOS6. The upgrade went well and all my apps—like Luca and Liya—compiled well. 

Sometimes, when we get these upgrades, everything breaks. For example, quite often I can't build the MySQL, PostgreSQL or SQLite connectors anymore. Or I can get an error that stops me from building one of my "enablers" or installers. And so I have to spend time hunting for fixes.

But this time, all went well, and I can look forward to carry on doing the enhancements that I've planned to do.

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