Also, anything unusual you're doing with the prep scripts / configuration?
I have not modified anything, and kept structures the website recommends.
Boost goes in src/3rd party,
Before I began porting our project in, I did a lot of playing and
testing with FireBreath to get a basic understanding of the framework.
The problems began immediately, and it was extremely bad (system was
usually unresponsive) until I began closing it down frequently.
I believe the following link is for an older version of Xcode... I have
been unable to locate the 'Enable Indexing' checkbox.
"Your very first course of action is to make sure the Enable Indexing
checkbox is checked. The Enable Indexing checkbox tells Xcode to
constantly index your project in the background as changes are made. An
updated index is what makes project searches so lightning quick. Since
the index is maintained in the background, the overhead is hardly
noticeable. If you turn indexing off, code completion, search, and
anything else that depends on the index will slow considerably.
Alternatively, if you have a very large project that was never indexed,
you might not want to turn on indexing if you just have a few small
changes to make. No sense waiting for the index to be built if you won't
be taking advantage of it. In general, I always start off with indexing
I want to trash Xcode 4, and revert to Xcode 3.x (which was previously
installed, but my co-worker said that I needed 4 because he uses it, grrr)
Has anyone managed to resolve the Xcode 4 "Indexing" problem?
Aug 11, 2011, в 8:42 PM, Dmitry Chichkov написал(а):