Just a month or so after the software saw a slight bump to version 6.3.1, Apple on Friday seeded its “Golden Master” build of Xcode 6.3.2 to developers for testing.
The latest version of Apple’s development environment for iOS, OS X and Watch OS includes improvements to the Swift Compiler – fixing a regression in the compile time of larger projects using Swift frameworks, or using projects supplied from external sources (e.g. CocoaPods).
Other fixes in this version include Xcode no longer attempting to revoke and request a new certificate when the latest signing identity is already located in the keychain, and ‘The Assistant’ editor no longer losing its categories.
– 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)
Xcode 6.3.2 is a FREE download from developer.apple.com. It is so far unclear when the software will become available for public download, although it is widely expected that Xcode 6.3.2 will see its public release – next month, at WWDC 2015.