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New Xcode plug-in helps developers reuse code


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New Xcode plug-in helps developers reuse code
November 10, 2003 - 12:13 EST Write Track Media announced the release of Xcode Clippings Menu, a new plug-in for Apple's Xcode development tools. The plug-in adds a new "Clippings" menu to Xcode allowing developers to quickly gain access to snippets of code and other text resources directly from the Xcode menu bar. "The clippings are text files that are stored in any number of subfolders within a primary clippings folder. Each subfolder within the primary folder becomes a menu item in the menu which, when selected, offers the user the ability to select one or more items for insertion into the front source document." The plug-in is priced at US$10.
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