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    The best solution I came up with right now is using NSLog(“test”)
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      Proof. http://t.co/488caTg52V @avbelow It’s because self. is not required in Swift. However in this case the class print is > global print
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        Oh wow, calling print(“something”) in #Swift from within a NSTextView subclass will not ‘print’ to console, but open the print dialog!
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          It’s kinda sad that I can’t stand Xcode (well *any* editor) without #VIM bindings (Xvim), because they make the beta even more fragile.
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            Hm, even though we can do NSArray<NSDate*>* we can’t express this in #Swift as NSArray<NSDate>. Have to force Swift arrays á la [NSDate] :(
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              Did you ever wonder how you could use #Swift's new try / catch in asynchronous completion-block operations? http://t.co/PRh2xi9M3r
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                I just wrote a small blog post on generic method overloading in #Swift to prevent dynamic dispatch penalties: http://t.co/FSmlKHsM2J
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                  #SourceKit Crashes in #Swift2.0 #Xcode7 made me crazy. Now successfully coding in #emacs - yay no crashes: http://t.co/8sMGjAqp1y
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                    That took me a while to figure out.. Force touch in #Apple #Watch activities to change your goals. I always searched it on #iPhone
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                      It’s the small things. I could play around with the #apple #watch remote camera feature all day :)
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                        So apparently the rumoured San Francisco font in 10.11 didn’t happen ‘yet’. Bound to happen in a later beta. http://t.co/zD4NvRehtu
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                          OS X “El Capitan” sounds so awful, I’d rather go with OS X “Sea Lion” from last year - and that was meant as a joke
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                            This is interesting, I have #Swift code that runs into EXC_BAD_ACCESS in normal operation, but works fine with Xcode7 address sanitizer on
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                              Yay! Finally! “The power, flexibility, and scalability of the iOS UICollectionView class is now available on OS X 10.11.”
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                                Detailed information on #Xcode 7 #bitcode implementation in #llvm. http://t.co/wRaXW6K4KL
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                                  #Swift “A defer statement is used for executing code just before transferring control outside of the scope that the statement appears in.”
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                                    New #Swift features in a much more detailed list: https://t.co/h5K8r4MnWD
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                                      Ok, downloading #Xcode 7, It’s on, #Swift 2.