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+Quickly access the Derived Data folder for the application you are working on.
+No more going into the Organizer, going to the Projects section, clicking on your project, and then clicking the little arrow to open the folder.
+Not to mention all those time when Xcode doesn't give you a link to the folder.
+Now you are just 1 click away
+- Clone and build the project. The plugin will be installed into `~/Library/Application Support/Developer/Shared/Xcode/Plug-ins`. (To uninstall the plugin, delete the `QuickOpenDerivedData.xcplugin` directory from there)
+- Select `Quick Open Derived Data in Title Bar` in the `View` menu
+Opening the derived data folder (for the current project/workspace or for all projects) is also available from the `View` menu
+- [Creating an Xcode4 Plugin](http://www.blackdogfoundry.com/blog/creating-an-xcode4-plugin/) : Plugin structure and project configuration tutorial
+- [MiniXcode](https://github.com/omz/MiniXcode) : Example of how to add UI components to Xcode workspace windows