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Removing all references to a specific file in a Project in XCode
I know that with the command line you can find all instances of a file (and its hierarchy) through find, but I am interested in a more sophisticated way to do this.
Say I have the.m files inside my “MyProject” directory, and all are inside “MyProject.xcodeproj” project.
I want to remove any references to the.m file called “MyFile.m” in the project.
What’s the best way to do this? It’s probably some XCode wizardry and I hope you can help me with this one.
This question is usually answered by a variation of the ‘Go to definition’ command, if you are in a single file.
So, if you have a reference to MyFile.m in code in MyProject.m, in one of the.m files, you could enter ‘Go to definition’ and select MyProject.m. Now Xcode will jump you to the line of code that references MyFile.m in its own header.
It’s a little bit better if you use ‘Build Settings’ to find what the reference is. All it requires is that you select all the files in your project in the ‘Select Build Settings’ window and enter the name of the file in the ‘Build Settings’ search.
It’s a little bit better, but a lot of times the ‘Go to definition’ method is sufficient and easier to use.
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I’m flying a club aerobatics flight (single pilot – me) using the PIPA. I have the glide ratio set to 1.2, and I have the power set to 3.5% of full, so I’m currently in climb mode.
My question is, as I