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Xcode® 4 by Richard Wentk

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Chapter 10: Using the Organizer

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Working with devices Using device logs Managing individual devices Working with projects and archives

The Xcode Organizer, shown in Figure 10.1, appears in a separate window and contains an “and the rest…” collection of miscellaneous features. The Organizer is used for project and device management, and it includes a browser for the Xcode documentation library.

To display the Organizer, click the file-cabinet icon, at the right of the icon bar at the top of the Xcode editor window. The Organizer appears in a separate window that isn't integrated with the main editor.

You can use the Organizer's features to manage:

bl.eps Provisioning certificates

bl.eps Development devices

bl.eps Code repositories

bl.eps Active projects

The window uses the standard OS X layout. To select the main features, click the icons at the top. Sub-features appear in groups at the left. The active area fills the rest of the screen. Some features include a separate toolbar at the bottom of the screen, with icons for specific options. Because the Organizer is a grab bag of miscellaneous ...

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