I’ve reverted to WebObjects 5.2.3 for now.
Xcode 2.1 has a new project file format (Project.xcodeproj) which is not compatible with the WOlips XcodeIndex task and I have several projects in development that will not be moving to Tiger right away. So, upgrading will have to wait.
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That’s a drag – the new WOBuilder looks pretty usable, although EOModeler looks pretty much the same. I’m not sure what I was expecting there, maybe the ability to navigate around with the keyboard – it’s a really click-heavy place to spend any amount of time…
EOModeler hasn’t changed. What was added was the ability to model using the Design tool right in Xcode.
The new WOBuilder seems to be a HUGE step forward. I’ve only started playing but it looks like they really upgraded it.
I only looked at WOBuilder for a few minutes before realizing I was going to have to revert to get any work done. 🙁
They’ve definitely changed the UI, and I know it now supports XHTML (yeah!) but does it recognize CSS?
So how did you revert? Is there an easy way to do this, or do you just uninstall and reinstall everything again?
I expected I’d need to revert so I created a backup with SuperDuper! first. To revert I just cloned back again. SuperDuper! is fast, it only took 15 minutes or so to revert.
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