quellish

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May
8
comment OSStatus error code -34018
Is protected data available when this occurs?
May
7
revised How to best handle CoreData + iOS State Restoration?
added information about blocking the main queue
May
7
answered How to best handle CoreData + iOS State Restoration?
May
3
answered Error when attempting to run UI automation script from jenkins
May
3
comment How to best handle CoreData + iOS State Restoration?
No, a global shared object would be the opposite of the pass the baton approach.
Apr
28
awarded Enlightened
Apr
28
awarded Nice Answer
Apr
28
answered How to handle non standard unicode characters in CoreData?
Apr
24
awarded Necromancer
Apr
11
comment iOS - Is it possible to cache the chunked HTTP response?
from the NSURLRequest documentation: "If you are making HTTP or HTTPS byte-range requests, always use the NSURLRequestReloadIgnoringLocalCacheData policy. To learn more, read Caching Byte-Range Requests."
Apr
2
comment How can I backup a CoreData store (SQLite) without its search indexes in a simple way?
Please post the store options you are using to create your persistent store and the OS versions you are deploying to.
Mar
21
comment 'NSObjectInaccessibleException' - CoreData sharing with TodayViewExtension
According to Apple, accessing Core Data iCloud functionality from an extension is not supported in iOS 8. devforums.apple.com/message/1050891#1050891
Mar
16
comment Storing CLLocationCoordinates in Core Data
@Steve , can you clarify why you're suggesting to not use scalars? Scalars have been supported on managed object subclasses for quite some time. The author's "solution" used scalars and was entirely correct.
Mar
16
answered 'NSObjectInaccessibleException' - CoreData sharing with TodayViewExtension
Mar
16
comment Progressive migration with Encrypted Core Data
Can you post the stack trace of the exception?
Mar
12
comment newObjectIDForEntity in NSIncrementalStore
It's 'new' in the sense that this belongs to a method family that should return an object with a +1 retain count. In general in Objective-C you should avoid direct pointer comparison on objects and instead use isEqual:. This method is not contracted to return the same instance every time, or even something that isEqual to an object returned by the same method previously. It is meant to return an NSManagedObjectID with retain count +1 that represents the reference object.
Mar
6
comment WatchKit Core Data Sync Up
Give every context the -reset message.
Mar
5
comment Kalman Filter for iOS
Core Location already does Kalman filtering, so this may not be useful to you. Filtering on top of filtering generally doesn't work very well.
Mar
5
comment Glucose profile - IOS
"Core Bluetooth doesn't offer specific support for heart-rate monitors either" HealthKit, though, does. Pairing a device with a BTLE HRM will make that HRM available as a source for HealthKit. Other health/fitness related devices... may... behave similarly.
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