Strategies for debugging in the iOS Simulator
cmsheffield at me.com
Fri Feb 17 09:15:12 CST 2012
Debugging is a bit of a pain still. No doubt about that. However, it can be made a bit easier by using simple "put" commands in combination with the Console application. All put statements will output to the console. I find that a little easier to deal with than a bunch of answer commands.
Read Naturally, Inc.
On Feb 17, 2012, at 2:11 AM, Graham Samuel wrote:
> Having reached the point where I can run an app in the simulator, I can't find any way of getting any results out of it, apart from adding various displays, 'answer' statements and the like - in other words, I have to distort my app in order to debug it. This is sad, since at this stage the app works fine in the IDE but gets stuck (unresponsive) in the simulator.
> Does anyone have any tips or strategies for making the simulator more useful for testing - or have I misunderstood what it's really intended for?
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