Re: UIDocumentInteractionController with non-standard file types

Steve Mills

On Jul 12, 2017, at 13:16:37, Steve Christensen <> wrote:

It is spitting out what it finds, not what it doesn't. And depending on what you were expecting, it could have reported the same behavior on a real device, depending on what apps are installed. Which is how it should be.

Sure, it can be inconvenient for debugging when you're not seeing expected results but that method isn't purposefully misleading.
Your opinion. Plenty of Apple software spit out log messages that are *far* less informative than a simple "No apps found - not displaying Open In" would be.

Steve Mills
Drummer, Mac geek

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