shagedorn

Sebastian Hagedorn

Unsafe API Resolver

This tool aims to resolve compatibility issues for iOS and Mac apps automatically. It relies on a modified Clang compiler.

Custum Clang: Export Unsafe API Usage

This extension brings support to detect so-called 'unsafe' or 'critical' APIs. Any API that was introduced later than the current deployment target (minimum runtime version) is considered unsafe as it may not be available on all platforms that the app promises to support.

ExtendedSnippets

Code snippets to be used by a code generation tool, which will be open-sourced soon.

T1 ERP App

The app is part of an assignment thesis written at TU Dresden and SALT Solutions GmbH. This repository includes the initial app which has been modularised in the following steps. For more context, please read the assignment thesis which is available here:

Modular ERP App

This project demonstrates the development of a modular application, starting from a typical single-project app which can be found in the 'T1 ERP App' repository. The development is described in an assignment thesis which was written at TU Dresden/SALT Solutions in 2012. The document has been published in German:

OrderModule

The order module of the "Modular ERP App" project. The module will be loaded using git submodules.

InfrastructureModule

The infrastructure module of the "Modular ERP App" project. The module will be loaded using git submodules.

CustomerModule

The customer module of the "Modular ERP App" project. The module will be loaded using git submodules.

ArticleModule

The article module of the "Modular ERP App" project. The module will be loaded using git submodules.

stringsbuilder

stringsbuilder allows you to keep and administrate your localised strings resources in Microsoft Excel-compatible CSV files while generating a target-specific .strings file during the build process. It supports CSV files that are distributed across multiple directories and base/target-specific CSV files. Source and target string encoding are configurable, a sample project directory structure is included. For documentation, please see the example run script or the source code.

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