¿Hay alguna forma de cambiar los colores del texto en Xcode?

What I want to know is if you can change the default color value for something like comments:

//Yo

Which are by default, green. I want to know if you could make this red black or any other colors.

Also as a bonus, is there anything that works kind of like a little sticky note, but in the code? Some sort of image or something that would be easily recognized if you were scrolling through lots of code very fast. Like a place mark, an eye catcher. That doesn't affect the code.

preguntado el 08 de noviembre de 11 a las 13:11

2 Respuestas

Go to Xcode preferences, Fonts & Colors.

respondido 08 nov., 11:18

XCode menu->Prefferences->Fonts and Colors, then have fun...

To put markers in your code you can use

#pragma mark - Something

It will then show in the drop down menu showing all your functions/declarations.

respondido 08 nov., 11:18

What do I replace "Something" with? haha I just used this and I put a bunch of random letters, I didn't see it in the debugger or anything - Gabriel

It's not meant to have any effect on compilation, it just puts a marker, which you can see in the bar just above your code view, with the list of declarations in your current file. - jbat100

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