XCode inserts in all project template code a line like:
// Copyright 2012 __MyCompanyName__. All rights reserved.
It is possible to set __MyCompanyName__ to a different (probably more useful) default for all XCode projects. To do this:
– Open the “Address book” application on your OSX machine
– In the menu “Card” select “My Card”
– If there is no “My card”, create a new card for yourself and mark it as “your card” with the menu option “Card” > “Make this my card”.
– Fill in the “company” field of “your card”.
Now XCode will use the name you typed in the “company” field on “your card” in stead of __MyCompanyName__ for new XCode projects.
thanks for that help
Best fix for __My Company.__ in XCode 4:
Open your Address Book card and give yourself a company name. You should do this from System Preferences to make sure you are changing the correct User.
On you Mac –> Select System Preferences –> Select Users and Groups –> Click once on Your User ID –> Click on Address Book Card ‘Open’ button. This is the contact associated with your User account. Add a company name here (just under your name). Close XCode if it’s open. Open Xcode and give it a try. Good luck.