Automatically added command line args in xcode

Hello,
i just realised when i start an app from xccode, xcode passes some command line args to the app. make run or executing the binary works as expected.

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
{
    ofLogNotice() << "argc: " << argc;
    for(int i = 0; i < argc; ++i)
        cout << argv[i] << '\n';
}
[notice ] argc: 3
/Users/thomas.geissl/libs/of_v0.11.0_osx_release/apps/ixds/approccio/bin/approccioDebug.app/Contents/MacOS/approccioDebug
-NSDocumentRevisionsDebugMode
YES

This can be disabled by unchecking “Allow debugging when using document Versions Browser”.

Would that break anything? And should this be disabled by default?
Thomas

I don’t think it will break anything – here’s what I found (from a google search which led me to an Xcode 5 book) that doesn’t sound like it is related to or should impact OF apps:

cc @theo

thanks @zach. i think we should update the empty example project tempate if this change does not break anything.