Apple seeds Xcode 6.3.2 gold master to developers

in Mac Software edited February 2020
Apple on Friday released a golden master candidate for Xcode 6.3.2, brings a number of bug fixes and backend improvements to its coding tool for Mac and iOS developers.

A gold master is effectively the finished version of a piece of software, but still in pre-release. The final version should become available in the near future, barring any last-minute bug discoveries.

In all, version 6.3.2 solves six different bugs, according to release notes, such as trouble with cancelling a build, and crashes or damage caused by renaming a project. Apple has also solved delays in testing and the Swift Compiler, plus a glitch that would cause Xcode to revoke and request a new certificate when the latest signature was already in the keychain.

Apple last updated its coding tool with Xcode 6.3.1 on April 21.

Developers can download the Xcode version 6.3.2 GM via the Mac Dev Center.


  • Reply 1 of 3
    coolfishcoolfish Posts: 27member
    Anyone know if they've fixed some of the glaring bugs, like your devices not being eligible (unless you go through the menu rather than the drop down selector)? Apple's quality has noticeably been slipping, and bugs like that are embarrassingly glaring. I'm downloading it now..
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    mdriftmeyermdriftmeyer Posts: 7,503member
    Can you folks find another Screenshot. that Shutterbug look is just nauseating.
  • Reply 3 of 3
    jessijessi Posts: 302member

    Bet Xcode 7 comes at WWDC in 3 weeks.

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