Before creating a project of your own, you have to make some preparations in Xcode.
Sparrow is linked to your application via Xcode project references. This has the advantage that it’s easy to update Sparrow (just download a new release and overwrite the old one in the same directory) and that you can easily step into Sparrow source code, in case you want to do so.
Add a “Source Tree” variable that Xcode can use to dynamically find Sparrow. This has to be done only once.
SPARROW_SRCas “Setting”- and “Display Name” and let it point to
Xcode allows to integrate third party API reference documentation. That way, you will get information about Sparrow's classes, methods and properties directly while you write your code.
The steps required to get access to the docset depend on your Xcode version. The Sparrow docset can be found here:
To install this docset,
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