Our key binding mechanism doesn't have a way to migrate custom key
bindings when the underlying keypath method name changes. So yes,
people using the standard bindings get correct behavior, and people
using custom key bindings may have to delete and recreate certain
custom bindings to get them to work after an Xcode upgrade.
I guess it depends on what you define as custom. If you chose
"Metrowerks Compatible", then "Insert Newline and Edit" doesn't work.
As this comes with Xcode, I consider it standard, though I suspect you
(I had decided not to retain my old key bindings for exactly the
reason that there are new actions to bind. So I duplicated "Metrowerks
Compatible" and made a few changes.)
(Just for fun, I just now switched to my old key bindings. "Insert
Newline and Edit" seems to work fine. My custom bindings *do* work
after upgrading Xcode.)
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