Xcode Assistant
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    Axamblis, Fabian Schuiki
Xcode Assistant: Counting your lines, grabbing the stuff for localization. Have you ever wondered how many lines of code you've written? How many semicolons are stuffed into your .h, .m or .c files? Have you every been unhappy about calling "find" from the command-line, searching your project's directory for ".m", copying the result into TextEdit, find and replace "n" and then passing everything to "genstrings", creating a 20 lines Terminal command — Just to create a Localizable.strings?

Xcode Assistant is the solution! Just drag and drop your Xcode project on Xcode Assistant
What's New
Initial release.
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later

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Downloads:3,019
Version Downloads:3,017
Type:Internet : Reference
License:Free
Date:29 Aug 2006
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Xcode Assistant: Counting your lines, grabbing the stuff for localization. Have you ever wondered how many lines of code you've written? How many semicolons are stuffed into your .h, .m or .c files? Have you every been unhappy about calling "find" from the command-line, searching your project's directory for ".m", copying the result into TextEdit, find and replace "n" and then passing everything to "genstrings", creating a 20 lines Terminal command — Just to create a Localizable.strings?

Xcode Assistant is the solution! Just drag and drop your Xcode project on Xcode Assistant to immediately get a list of all your code files. This list shows you how many lines you've written, and also allows you to create the Localizable.strings file with just one click. It's Xcode on a silverplate!


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