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    here guys this is all yu windows users need to do

    http://lifehacker.com/348653/install...cking-required
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    Quote Originally Posted by amanb View Post
    Hmmm... do u guys think its real or just modified pic?
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    When you create a program, how do you transfer the program to iPhone?
    Is it possible to use the SDK to write a program on one machine, but use a different machine to transfer it to the iPhone? Reason being I have VMWare Server on one machine (which does not support USB) so I was thinking of using it running OSX to create iPhone programs and then transferring them via iTunes or whatever is required on a completely different machine.

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    i use scp (ssh) to upload program to iphone
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    Quote Originally Posted by GnatGoSplat View Post
    When you create a program, how do you transfer the program to iPhone?
    Is it possible to use the SDK to write a program on one machine, but use a different machine to transfer it to the iPhone? Reason being I have VMWare Server on one machine (which does not support USB) so I was thinking of using it running OSX to create iPhone programs and then transferring them via iTunes or whatever is required on a completely different machine.
    As far as I know, no one has been able to get Leopard (required for the SDK) running well in VMWare.

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    Default http://win-iphone-sdk.blogspot.com/

    One of my friends is developing iPhone SDK application on Windows.
    Hos blog is in french but he will translate messages in english as soon as possible.

    http://win-iphone-sdk.blogspot.com/

    He just open his blog.
    Win iPhone SDK adventure is starting !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boobyman View Post
    It's going to lag. AS HELL! (Running a 64bit processor that is)

    Although, running vista x86/xp x86 - you'll be just fine running it in VmWare.

    However, for finger gestures and so, what is the command key?

    I doubt it's the windows button.

    - spending $100 on a keyboard is a little bit overkill for me!
    Well apparently the Windows key is usually the same as Command key on mac. For the other Mac keys, see this page:
    Can I use a PC keyboard on my Mac? All things Macintosh - dslreports.com

 

 
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