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how do I get Xcode to help me for required initialiser's?
How do I setup Xcode so that it will report and error in the IDE when I am missing a required initializer?
At the moment Xcode does through an error and does report it as follows, but doesn't provide a fix in the IDE. ie. the red button with a fix attached?
Any help would be appreciated.
Playground execution failed: error: Initialization.xcplaygroundpage:202:1: error: 'required' initializer 'init(coder:)' must be provided by subclass of 'UIViewController' }
Martin WildfeuerCourses Plus Student 11,071 Points
Xcode can indeed help you with this, here's two ways of applying Xcode auto fixes :
Tap on the red error indicator that marks the error in the line number column. If Xcode can provide a quick fix, it will suggest it here. Tap on the fix as well and it will insert/change the code correspondingly.
Use shortcuts to apply auto fixes
Ctrl + Cmd + f // fixes all errors in scope Ctrl + Cmd + ' // fixes next error Ctrl + Cmd + " // fixes prev error
Hope that helps :)
Thanks Martin appreciate your help