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    Default [iPhone SDK] does it support Windows ?

    does it?



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    Thread renamed and moved to the right section.

    Answer: no it doesn't simply because it is a special Xcode version and it runs only on Leopard (Mac OS 10.5)

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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    Thread renamed and moved to the right section.

    Answer: no it doesn't simply because it is a special Xcode version and it runs only on Leopard (Mac OS 10.5)
    ohhhhh man!
    thanx for da quick answer

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    I was dissapointed to find this out too. But there is one option for us non-mac owners- you can run Mac OSX in VMWare on top of windows: http://wiki.osx86project.org/wiki/in.../Vmware_how_to

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    Or buy a Mac mini or install a Hackint0shed PC


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    Quote Originally Posted by XianLi View Post
    Thread renamed and moved to the right section.

    Answer: no it doesn't simply because it is a special Xcode version and it runs only on Leopard (Mac OS 10.5)
    and does need an intel-mac!

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    Yes thanks to remind this

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    You could pick up a 2nd hand Aluminium model iMac for pretty cheap. Awesome machines. I got a Mac as my "secondary" computer next to Win XP. It wasn't long before OSX become my primary.

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    ramb0 : when you say pretty cheap, how much are you talking? I see mac mini's on craigslist for $450.

    And this may be a stupid question, but is there any chance in hell that the SDK would run through Leopard running via VMWare?

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    Quote Originally Posted by shane_pcs View Post
    ramb0 : when you say pretty cheap, how much are you talking? I see mac mini's on craigslist for $450.

    And this may be a stupid question, but is there any chance in hell that the SDK would run through Leopard running via VMWare?
    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!


 

 
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