If you've read and used my post about converting currency strings on iOS you'll want to check the update I just posted. I had a nasty bug in RoadTrip under iOS 7 where it wouldn't accept the correct characters in the various cost fields. It turned out that when I wrote the code originally there was a line that says something like:
NSMutableCharacterSet* mutableSet = [NSCharacterSet decimalDigitCharacterSet];
At the time, this would give you y'know a NSMutableCharacterSet. Under iOS 7 it gives you a NSCharacterSet and calling a mutate method on it will just fail. Since they all return void you can't tell why it didn't work. (Or indeed, even tell that it didn't work. The symptom in my specific code was that not all of the characters I thought were in the set showed up there. There was no error or print statement or crash or anything.) Instead you need to write something like:
NSMutableCharacterSet* mutableSet = [[NSCharacterSet decimalDigitCharacterSet] mutableCopy];
I think (but can't confirm 100%) that what happened was in the early days of ARC that line invoked a copy operation and thus created a mutable set. But as time wore on somebody enhanced that and now it just references a prebuilt set. And the rest of the problem is just the way Objective-C works. I understand why it happens, but it wasn't something I expected, especially coming back into this code after doing C++ for a year.
Anyway, sorry if this bit anybody on the rear end!