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steipete / Macros.h
Last active Dec 24, 2018
Declare on your main init that all other init methods should call. It's a nice additional semantic warning. Works with Xcode 5.1 and above. Not tested with earlier variants, but should just be ignored. A reference to this macro shortly appeared in https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/releasenotes/ObjectiveC/ModernizationObjC/AdoptingModernObj…
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#ifndef NS_DESIGNATED_INITIALIZER
#if __has_attribute(objc_designated_initializer)
#define NS_DESIGNATED_INITIALIZER __attribute((objc_designated_initializer))
#else
#define NS_DESIGNATED_INITIALIZER
#endif
#endif
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steipete / UIKitLegacyDetector.m
Last active Oct 1, 2018
A simple way to detect at runtime if we're running in UIKit legacy mode or the new "flat" variant. Written for our PDF iOS SDK (http://pspdfkit.com), where the precompiled binary needs to detect at runtime in what variant it's running. Want more stuff like that? Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/steipete
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// Taken from http://PSPDFKit.com. This snippet is under public domain.
#define UIKitVersionNumber_iOS_7_0 0xB57
BOOL PSPDFIsUIKitFlatMode(void) {
static BOOL isUIKitFlatMode = NO;
static dispatch_once_t onceToken;
dispatch_once(&onceToken, ^{
// We get the modern UIKit if system is running >= iOS 7 and we were linked with >= SDK 7.
if (kCFCoreFoundationVersionNumber >= kCFCoreFoundationVersionNumber_iOS_7_0) {
isUIKitFlatMode = (NSVersionOfLinkTimeLibrary("UIKit") >> 16) >= UIKitVersionNumber_iOS_7_0;
}
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