Reveal 6

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Tony Arnold

27 Feb, 2017 09:14 PM

New in this Release

Note: The Reveal library has changed. Please remember to update your projects to link to the new library version.

Auto Layout Errors & Warnings

Reveal will now highlight views that have ambiguous layout, and constraints that have been broken due to an unsatisfiable layout.

Improved View Hierarchy Filtering

The view hierarchy can now be filtered by specific view properties, such as:

  • Class or superclass name
  • Accessibility
  • Identifier
  • View tag
  • Memory address

The outline view also shows why a view or constraint matched a particular property inline.

You can read more about both of these great new features in our blog post.

New Features

  • "Reset View" button has been added to the canvas in the lower right-hand corner. This will re-orient and reset the zoom level on the canvas so that the presented view hierarchy is centered and visible.
  • Tooltips have been added to, or improved for many controls.

Bugs Fixed

  • Fixed: Descriptions of participating constraints in the layout inspector had incorrectly formatted labels.
  • Fixed: Changing selection in the outline view to an item that's currently collapsed did not expand parent items.
  • Fixed: RevealServer.framework had simulator platforms listed in its Info.plist.
  • Fixed: Integration scripts will no longer copy RevealServer.framework inside an already present copy of the framework.
  • Fixed: Reveal Server no longer requires the CFBundleName, CFBundleVersion and CFBundleShortVersionString to be present your iOS application's Info.plist.
  • Fixed: Potential race conditions in the Reveal LLDB script commands.

Minimum System Requirements

  • macOS 10.11
  • iOS 8
  • tvOS 9
  • Xcode 7.3

Read more on our blog.

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