Might be, if you stop there. Don't be sorry, become the protagonist of your life. You lost/discarded the system CDs or DVDs that came with your computer? Apple can't/won't supply replacements, even for $$? (seems out of character for them . . . )avracadavra wrote:I have a Macbook Pro 10.5.8. I cannot get a version of Xcode anymore. Is that it for me then?
mctavish wrote:You can download Xcode 3.2.6 for free at http://developer.apple.com/devcenter/mac/index.action. Following the Apple's nickel-and-diming way of getting rich, Xcode 4 requires a free developer registration followed by a $5 download from the App Store.
Let me put this in perspective for you. Having once paid multiple hundreds to MicroSoft for this or that development software in the dim and remote past, I find the idea of a giant corporation distributing software that empowers its users at $5 a pop to be rather appealing. Think Apple, think "cute Cthulhu."mctavish wrote:Following the Apple's nickel-and-diming way of getting rich
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