Remote iPhone development on a Mini from a Windows XP laptop

Discussion in 'iOS Programming' started by dr3x, Nov 21, 2009.

  1. dr3x macrumors newbie

    Nov 21, 2009
    So I'm up and running with a development environment on a Mac Mini; currently working with the GeekGameBoard source code. Since my primary development machine is a Windows XP laptop, I remote into the Mini using VNC to run Xcode and the simulator.

    I turned on file sharing on the Mini and now I am able to edit the source from my laptop (using jEdit) so I can use all my familiar shortcuts. Is anyone else using a similar setup?

    Is there a way to develop components on Windows (non UI of course) using GnuStep or the equivalent and then merge them into your project? Is there a way to configure a template for source files, configure syntax highlighting (and intellisense?) and use the GnuStep binaries to compile (instead of the shell)?

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