Xcode, incrementing build numbers and version numbers for releases

How to add a build number increment phase to you ios project in xcode

By: Procsilas Moscas

I like nice neat build numbers. I don’t like manually maintaining text fields.

To that end, I modified a nice lead on a build number increment script to suit my needs. Maybe it will help you, too.
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Kickstarter overachiever Legend of Dungeon out now for PC, Mac, Linux with Android and Ouya to come

Legend of Dungeon
Legend of Dungeon

Legend of Dungeon was one of the cool games I saw at Pax East 2013. I like quirky indie style games. I hadn’t heard about LoDs successful kickstarter campaign, so it was a gem of a find for me.
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Microlite20 Character Sheet for 5×8 Index Cards

Recently, I shared the file and a link to a Lulu formatted version of the Microlite20 rules which we use for our role playing game.

Here is the character sheet we use for our Microlite20 characters. It prints well on the plain side of a 5×8 index card. The lined side can then be used for notes, or – if you use the “plain on both sides” kind – character profile drawings.

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Microlite20 Advanced by Retro Roleplaying (Paperback) – Lulu

I’ve really enjoyed the Microlite20 role playing game rules. It brings back the fun of playing games like Dungeons and Dragons.

I didn’t really like the format of the rules though. I formated the rules and made them printable as a 6″x9″ booklet from Lulu.com.
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Mr. Rogers Remixed

I’ve heard about this. Finally saw it.

Mr. Rogers certainly stimulated my imagination. I loved when he would open the table with the sandbox. The trolley visits to King Friday. The little models of the make believe neighborhood. The train layout of his town.

Actually, the old HBO town fly-through used to remind me of Mr Rogers neighborhood.

He was so gentle and patient and interesting. This video brings me a sweet painful nostalgia.

Thank you so much, Fred.