Resolved Not showing up in Xcode.

Vegerot

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May 14, 2009
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Baltimore, Maryland
My Xcode is saying that it does not support my version of iOS. I hope that's not true


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Check in /Applications for an Install Xcode app. Run that.

Since Xcode currently uses an installer, the app store will deliver updates as an updated installer rather than updating the binary directly.
 
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Vegerot

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May 14, 2009
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Baltimore, Maryland
Really? I downloaded Xcode from the App store, are you saying that's not up to date?

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I Googled for the update, and did not find any. All I got was a link to Apple's website, which then redirected me to the App Store, where I downloaded it in the first place.
 
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AlanShutko

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Check in /Applications for an Install Xcode app. Run that.

Since Xcode currently uses an installer, the app store will deliver updates as an updated installer rather than updating the binary directly.
 
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