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Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by GorillaPaws, Aug 28, 2009.
I was just wondering if the Snow Leopard NDA is lifted?
Since it's now been released, I'm guessing the answer is yes.
Now that its lifted
Hopefully Apple will update their dev page, I want to see some of the new APIs, but alas my disc isn't here yet
Come on Apple, it's not like it's a big secret anymore, open those puppies up!
Doesn't matter. The new documentation (from within Xcode) is still locked down to Select and Premier dev accounts.
I was hoping they would open that up, too, today. Maybe too busy watching things on the servers just to make sure nothing breaks down today (like MobileMe?).
Someone with a normal free ADC account should log in @ connect.apple.com and see if Xcode 3.2 is listed. It's there for me and says it was posted yesterday so I would imagine it's lifted.
There is Snow Leopard branding all over the site, but the XCode download is 3.1.3, and references 10.5 still.
Checked just before making this post, about 12:20 central time.
I just checked, and I'm downloading 3.2.
Just checked about an hour ago so 6 o'clock GMT and 3.2 is the main Xcode for me.
3.2 for me now... i swear an hour ago it was the older version, so either it got "pushed" to different people at different times, or a minute after i checked they updated it =).
Release notes are live:
Alas, despite making a big deal about 64-bit Quicktime X
they did very, very little with QTKit. Come on Apple, you are promoting Snow Leopard as being this wonderful 64 bit OS, and you are known as the premier platform for video editing, but you just phoned in the only 64-bit video manipulation api on your platform? It makes no sense....
They really need to get their act together on this one, QTKit only has a fraction of the capabilities of the old Quicktime API, it's just plain embarrassing. I was holding out hope they would seriously revamp it for Snow Leopard, but it doesn't look like that is the case, the API has stayed almost constant since Tiger.....
Hey, we can finally rename projects in Xcode!