Apple has released a Golden Master candidate for Xcode 6.3.2, which fixes issues with Swift compiling and more.
While there is no formal launch date for Xcode 6.3.2, the release of the Golden Master (GM) should mean that it’s right around the corner. In addition to a fix for the Swift compiler, the GM also fixes issues with account management, testing, and more. You can see all of the issues resolved in the list below.
- Fixed a regression in the compile time of larger projects using Swift frameworks or using projects supplied from external sources (e.g. CocoaPods). (20638611)
- Xcode does not attempt to revoke and request a new certificate when the latest signing identity is already located in the keychain. (20659239)
- -[XCTestCase expectationWithDescription:] no longer takes a long time to return for some projects. (20588500)
- The Assistant editor no longer loses its categories. (20163580)
- Renaming a project does not crash Xcode or damage projects. (20642070)
- Canceling a build now properly terminates running commands (including shell scripts) with the SIGINT signal, before sending SIGKILL. (20453317)
Developers can grab the Xcode 6.3.2 GM seed from the Xcode download center now.