Accessorizer
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Generate ObjC accessor declaration and implementation methods.   Demo ($4.99)
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Accessorizer began as a Cocoa application and suite of Services to generate ObjC accessor declaration and implementation methods from variable declarations. But Accessorizer now offers more. Much, much more!

In addition to offering a broad range of memory management schemes, Accessorizer generates code for Keyed Archving, Key-Value Observation, Key-Value Validation, locking using NSLock or @synchronized(), Headerdoc tags and undo using NSUndoManager. "Accessorizer frees up time for fun and productive parts of development" (Troy Stepehens). Users report saving "tons of time".
What's New
Version 3.0.1:
  • New action in Action Menu and Action Panel for intiWith: (declaration) generation.
  • NSLog() can now be generated in accessor overrides from Action Menu and Action Panel
  • Fixed missing pointer when generating initWith: method from the main Accessorizer interface. Generating from the Action Menu or Action Panel didn’t have the issue.
  • Fixed missing quotes on <key> in will/did access/change wrappers in setter override when  generating from Action Menu or Action Panel. Moved the -description override to follow -descriptionForKeyPaths: to avoid compiler warning.
  • Removed extra space before semi-colon when generating Protocol Stubs from definitions.
  • Removed extraneous pointer to id when last element in an initWith: signature was of type id.
Version 3.0.1:
  • New action in Action Menu and Action Panel for intiWith: (declaration) generation.
  • NSLog() can now be generated in accessor overrides from Action Menu and Action Panel
  • Fixed missing pointer when generating initWith: method from the main Accessorizer interface. Generating from the Action Menu or Action Panel didn’t have the issue.
  • Fixed more...
Requirements
Intel, Mac OS X 10.6 or later



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Drscott reviewed on 08 Mar 2011
Excellent programming aid that's well-written. I can't imagine programming without it. The developer is really helpful, open to suggestions, and is a nice guy too! I've recommended Accessorizer to other programmers, both novices and experts.
[Version 2.9]


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Digitalvanilla reviewed on 23 Dec 2010
Just bought it. Great top class application, usefull and I can't live anymore without :) Very well done job for a very good price too. Thank you!!
[Version 2.5]


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Xplicit reviewed on 08 Dec 2010
This programme is really a great help and saves a lot of time. A must-have for every Objective-C/Cocoa developer.
[Version 2.5]


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Anonymous reviewed on 28 May 2005
why does this take so long to start up? i just wanna get in, get my accessors and get out, but this beachballs for a minute before it's ready.

6 stars otherwise.
[Version 0.9.9u]

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Quavera (developer) replied on 21 Jun 2005
There's a preference in the General Prefs TAB where you can toggle whether Accessorizer checks online for an update at launch. The versioning is checked against a file up on my .Mac server and sometimes .Mac is unavailable or slow. Please turn the switch off. In the next update, which will be a major release to include stuff for Core Data and lots of other goodies, I have put the check for updates in a separate thread. Then you can keep the switch set to on, but Accessorizer will load instantly.

Thanks!
-Kevin
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Anonymous reviewed on 27 Oct 2004
The presence of a "Textured" version is all that prevents this application from being literally flawless. DESTROY THE TEXTURED VERSION!
[Version 0.9.9j]


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Anonymous reviewed on 29 Dec 2003
Highly costomizable and way better than Apple build-in scripts for xCode.
[Version 0.9.6]


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Anonymous reviewed on 01 Jul 2003
saves me enough time to warrant a donation. keep up the good work. thanks.
[Version 0.9]


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Anonymous reviewed on 04 Oct 2002
great application. A great time saver !
[Version 0.7.4]


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Libin-Pan rated on 15 Jan 2012

[Version 3.0]


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Date:19 Jan 2012
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Accessorizer began as a Cocoa application and suite of Services to generate ObjC accessor declaration and implementation methods from variable declarations. But Accessorizer now offers more. Much, much more!

In addition to offering a broad range of memory management schemes, Accessorizer generates code for Keyed Archving, Key-Value Observation, Key-Value Validation, locking using NSLock or @synchronized(), Headerdoc tags and undo using NSUndoManager. "Accessorizer frees up time for fun and productive parts of development" (Troy Stepehens). Users report saving "tons of time". And of course, Accessorizer can help eliminate common mistakes and frequent typos that invariably slow and frustrate the coding process. Services allow the developer to select ivar declarations in any application which supports OS X Services, such as Xcode, TextMate and others, and generate method code for
  • Declaration
  • Implementation
  • Declaration & Implementation
  • Dealloc
  • < ivar> Lock
  • Private Lock
  • Indexed Accessors
  • Keyed Archiving
  • Key-Value Validation


Changes made in the prefs tabs take effect immediately in the output view so that the developer can quickly determine the best solution for the given task. Accessorizer also provides extensive flexiblity in how the generated code is presented while maintaining good coding conventions.

Never have to leave XCode! Minimize Accessorizer to the Dock, invoke an Accessorizer service from the Services menu (or hotkey) and never leave XCode! That's because results from a service s invocation are put on the pasteboard. Simply paste results where you wish! As a side feature, Accessorizer can take ivars declared in Objective-C and output accessors in Java with a simple toggle of a radio button or shortcut.


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