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Xcode isnt working for some reason

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by elisha cuthbert, Aug 17, 2006.

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    elisha cuthbert

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    Ok so i just installed xcode that came with my panther operating system and everytime i try to start a new application it comes up with this error
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    can anyone help me?
    is this because i dont have a newer edition of xcode?
     
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    caveman_uk

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    What xcode version and what OS version are you using? Just to make certain, you are using Panther and the xcode that came on the discs with it?
     
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    elisha cuthbert

    #3
    Xcode 1.1
    Component versions
    Xcode IDE: 300.0
    Xcode Core: 300.0
    ToolSupport: 300.0

    OS = 10.4.7 Tiger
     
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    Staff Member

    #4
    I believe you need to use a 2.x version of Xcode with Tiger. You should've received it along with your copy of Tiger.
     
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    elisha cuthbert

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    look like id better digg out my tiger disks again
     
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    caveman_uk

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    Do you have broadband? xCode has been updated a few times since Tiger came out. You can get the latest version from Apple by joining ADC as a free member. It's a hefty download - over 900MB.
     
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    elisha cuthbert

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    yea ive got broadband but ive got to wait tuntil i have some spare mb cause im almost at my limit
     
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    caveman_uk

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    Ahhhh....the joys of the fairly flexible 1GB a day limit....

    Shame I'm moving soon though so I'll have to move to a new ISP. Anyone got any views regarding Zen Internet or Nildram (in the UK)
     
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    elisha cuthbert

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    its not a 1GB a day its a 36gb a month one
     
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    Staff Member

    #10
    Yeah, I think he was gloating :p

    I just wish it was like the old days when stuff was small. These days it's like the companies don't even consider the data caps when they release huge files.
     
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    slooksterPSV

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    Wait there's internet download caps? Heck I download gigs a day, probably over 50GB a month or more, but our ISP doesn't shut us off. Good ole Qwest.
     
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    Fortunately here in NZ the government has started regulating, and next year we're going to have a choice of providers :)
     

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