where is webobjects ??

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by illustratorDavi, Feb 19, 2006.

  1. illustratorDavi
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    Hi

    I'm wanting to try webobjects. I understand it is now free with Tiger. I have a 2.7ghz G5 so I thought it might be on one of the installation dvds, but I can't find it on either dvd.

    I installed xcode but when i do a spotlight search i can't find an app called webobjects. Is it now embedded in xcode or something ?

    Thanks
    David
     
  2. grapes911
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    I'm pretty sure you just have to install the developer tools which come on the Tiger disk.
     
  3. illustratorDavi
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    Nothing in my developer folder that says "webobjects" :/

    Thanks
    David
     
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    Have you tried the Apple Developer site? Maybe it's a free download. You may have to sign in first.
     
  5. illustratorDavi
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    Aha !!

    Haven't found an actual app but i'm downloading an update for webobjects to see what happens

    Thanks for the advice
    David
     
  6. illustratorDavi
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    oooo i have xcode 2.0 thats probably the problem :)

    David
     
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    Sign up for a free Apple dev account (if you haven't already) and sign in to the dev pages. You'll find xcode updates there.
     
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    Hmm, I hadn't heard they made WebObjects free, is that true? Too bad they kind of abandoned it and slowly let it die (a la AppleWorks), it was some great forward-thinking technology at the time.
     
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    I think it's an optional install when you install XCode. You may need to do a customised install to get it...

    I have the most recent XCode installed and don't see anything obvious in my /Developer folder...
     
  10. grapes911
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    I think you are correct.



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