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eddyq
Oct 7, 2009, 09:08 AM
I'm using xcode version 3.1.3. When I use the "Jump to Definition" option and it takes me to another place in the same file, is there a "back" button that I can use to get back to the original place?



kpua
Oct 7, 2009, 09:21 AM
Xcode 3.2 is the first version that has gained that ability, so no, 3.1.3 will only take you back to the previous file.

eddyq
Oct 8, 2009, 10:20 AM
How do I download 3.2? When I google on xcode 3.2 download all I find is some emails that don't point the download site.

robbieduncan
Oct 8, 2009, 10:22 AM
How do I download 3.2? When I google on xcode 3.2 download all I find is some emails that don't point the download site.

http://developer.apple.com/mac/

You will need to sign in before you can download.

eddyq
Oct 8, 2009, 11:03 AM
It says it is for 10.6. I assume that means it requires 10.6 ...

I found a Mac OS X 10.6.1 upgrade. But it mentions it is an upgrade for Snow Leopard. I have 10.5.8 ... is that Snow Leopard?

If not, how can I upgrade 10.5.8 to 10.6?

robbieduncan
Oct 8, 2009, 11:06 AM
It says it is for 10.6. I assume that means it requires 10.6 ...

I found a Mac OS X 10.6.1 upgrade. But it mentions it is an upgrade for Snow Leopard. I have 10.5.8 ... is that Snow Leopard?

If not, how can I upgrade 10.5.8 to 10.6?

It probably does require 10.6. Leopard is 10.5.x. Snow Leopard is 10.6.x. You upgrade by buying an upgrade from the Apple Store.

As a side note I am amazed that as a developer you don't know this stuff.

eddyq
Oct 8, 2009, 11:28 AM
It probably does require 10.6. Leopard is 10.5.x. Snow Leopard is 10.6.x. You upgrade by buying an upgrade from the Apple Store.

As a side note I am amazed that as a developer you don't know this stuff.

Don't be too amazed ... I develop on Windows, Linux, BSD and and some older systems before your time. This is my first time on a Mac.

robbieduncan
Oct 8, 2009, 11:37 AM
Don't be too amazed ... I develop on Windows, Linux, BSD and and some older systems before your time. This is my first time on a Mac.

Before my time? Older than BSD? Anyways think of Snow Leopard as being like Windows 7: a paid for upgrade that some software will require due to the enhanced APIs available in it

eddyq
Oct 8, 2009, 12:31 PM
Before my time? Older than BSD? Anyways think of Snow Leopard as being like Windows 7: a paid for upgrade that some software will require due to the enhanced APIs available in it

Yes, before Unix was even thought of.