Some of my colleagues have been applying the Pomodoro technique to their pair programming of late, so I thought I’d give it a try. I’m trialling a combination of tools which now integrates my Pomodoros more with my daily working life and I’ll set them out in this post. Continue reading Immersive Pomodoro
The Git integration in XCode 4 is very welcome however it seems to be a bit flaky when it comes to dealing with remote repositories. For clarity I’m using Mac OS X version 10.6.7 and XCode 4.0.2 (4A2002a).
If I create a new XCode 4 Project and accept the option to create a local Git repository, all is well. I can commit locally and that’s great.
When I want to push the new project to GitHub I want to add a remote repository and push my local changes up to GitHub. I can add a GitHub repository to XCode 4 as a new Repository in the Organizer window but there’s no method of setting it as a remote repository for my existing project.
So instead here’s the 12 steps that I followed to get GitHub to work with a new XCode 4 project
I’ve been learning a whole raft of new things lately as I get back into developing for the iPhone in earnest. There is a series of blog posts I’ve been planning on setting up Continuous Integration and Test Driven Development for iPhone applications. However, this post is more of a “where I’ve got to so far” with unit testing with iPhone development and a quick plea for information if you have anything to add.