Monthly Archives: November 2018

TestFlight: File an Annual Self Classification Report

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While uploading the build to the test flight many where greeted with compliance missing. Which on further alerted users with a message “If you are making use of ATS or making a call to HTTPS please note that you are required to submit a year-end self-classification report to the US government”… Read more »

Swift Defer Statement explained

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When you want to ensure that a code block is executed just before control exits the scope, Swift Defer Statement comes to your rescue. Sometimes a function is required to have multiple conditional exit point and covering those exit points without swift defer statement can lead to code duplication or it might… Read more »

Xcode SVN is scheduled for addition, but is missing Error

When a file is scheduled for commit according to svn records but is not present within the root directory, svn throws “is scheduled for addition, but is missing” error. There can be many causes for this error most common one is renaming the file from finder instead of refactoring and deleting… Read more »

Swift nonmutating setters. an Oxymoron?

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While going through Xcode 10.1 release notes I stumbled upon a very unfamiliar term “nonmutating setters”. Inquisitiveness had the best of me and I spent time reading about it and implementing examples. Here is the jest for you nonmutable setters cannot be used within Classes or protocol bound classes nonmutable setters… Read more »