Xcode 6 and iPhone 6 fixes
RubyMotion 2.34 was released this week, fixing various problems we’ve been having using new iPhones and Xcode. Go grab and test it.
HipByte released new renewal pricing. What are your thoughts about that?
If you missed the last issue, you can find it here: issue #44.
Happy coding, Todd Werth (@twerth)
Articles, News, New Gems, and Blog Posts
September 23th, 2014 | blog post – Japanese | by Satoshi Watanabe
“I try using the listLiew in RubyMotion for Android”
September 23th, 2014 | screencast | by Jack Watson-Hamblin
“MotionInMotion – Episode 44 – Converting Between Android with Java and Android with RubyMotion”
September 22th, 2014 | blog post | by Jamon Holmgren
“Building iOS forms the ProMotion way with ProMotion-form”
September 19th, 2014 | new gem | by Qi He
“motion-wechat – Rubymotion gem to easily use WeChatSDK”
RubyMotion 2.34 released
- All iOS and OS X versions of the runtime have been recompiled with Xcode 6.
- [iOS] Add support for iPhone 6/6+ launch images. Unless explicitly
specified, the Info.plist
UILaunchImageskey is populated from all PNG
files in the resource directories that start with Default. For iPhone 6/6+
- [OSX] Fix a bug that made it impossible to build a OS X app on Yosemite
with Xcode 6 GM, even when targeting 10.9.
- Fixed a bug that omitted class and protocol methods from the ctags.
Patch by Rakesh BS.
- Improved exception backtrace symbolication performance by ensuring the dSYM
bundle is used when available.
- Improved Enumerable#inject performance. ~40% times faster.
- Fixed a bug that could cause
clang++to be called with too many arguments
for a shell to handle.
- Fixed a bug that could cause
gen_bridge_metadatato be called with too
many arguments for a shell (on Yosemite) to handle.
- [OSX] Fixed a bug that made it impossible to use a
- [OSX] Fixed a bug where it would trigger a crash when it will evaluates a
expression on REPL on Yosemite.
- [OSX] Fixed a bug where the build directory for 3rd-party library wouldn’t
be removed with
- [OSX] Fixed a bug where it didn’t handle
when it configured lower OS X version as deployment target on Yosemite.
- [OSX] Fixed a bug where
rake debug=1freezes lldb with Xcode 6 GM.
- [iOS] Changed default simulator to ‘iPhone 6’ which it would be introduced
by Xcode 6 GM.
- Fixed a bug where Instruments didn’t launch if it would specify a template
name with “rake profile template=’xxx'”.
- Fixed a bug where Method#owner will return incorrect owner if the method
in inherited class would be overrided.
- Fixed a bug where wrong method would called when it would include module
which have #viewWillAppear and #viewWillDisappear implementations.
- Fixed a bug where method would not called when it would include some module
which have #viewWillAppear implementations.
- Fixed a bug where #method_missing would receive incorrect arguments after
calling was cached.
- Fixed a bug where the build system would ping the update server for each
target an application project includes.
- Fixed a memory leak which was created when huge splat would be passed into
the methods since second argument.
- Improved Regexp.last_match performance. ~20% faster.
sudo motion update
RubyMotion App of the Week
“tunedup is for discovering new music. We play a song clip. swipe right if you like it. swipe left if you don’t. Listen to full songs on Spotify, and login with Spotify to save your favorite songs to a tunedup playlist. We keep track of your likes and dislikes and try to recommend music you might like.”
- bubblewrap (core & media)
- Bolts (for App Links Navigation Protocol – particularly interested in this area of inter-app nav/communication)
- New Relic
- Spotify framework SDK
- Apple’s ImageEffects+ library
- Tapstream – they offer a neat solution for custom onboard links where you can customize first run experience based on the link a user tapped to install the app.
RMQ Edge and SDK 8
If you’re using SDK 8 and use RMQ in landscape, you will want to use RMQ edge. Replace your RMQ gem in your gemfile with this:
gem 'ruby_motion_query', :git => 'email@example.com:infinitered/rmq.git'
We’ll be releasing RMQ v0.8.0 soon; a small but important upgrade. Landscape is great now, before it was meh.
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