Although covered many other places on the net, I recently had to make a change to the name that Xcode automagically inserts when creating new files, so I figured I’d also pass on this tip to readers of this blog as well.
By default, Xcode inserts a company name something similar to the following in all new source files (.m .h etc):
Copyright (c) 2009 MyCompanyName. All rights reserved.
Changing this reference is as simple as entering the following from within a terminal window, replacing “YourNameHere” with the text you prefer. Also, make sure this is all entered on one line in the terminal.
defaults write com.apple.Xcode PBXCustomTemplateMacroDefinitions