|Nov 5, 2007, 06:09 PM||#1|
Xcode and NSLog... Where is it?
So, I am trying to write a little program and am following some intro to Xcode.
I am writing to NSLog but can't seem to find this log NSLog?
|Nov 5, 2007, 06:56 PM||#3|
Are you using Leopard and XCode 3? If so, choose Console from the Run menu (or hit shift-command-R). If you're not running the program in XCode, you can see the output of NSLog calls in Console.app which is in your utilities folder.
EDIT: Beaten to it!
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