I have OSX 10.5.8 on my computer, and I'm taking a C programming class right now. I'd like a good IDE that works in the language, and almost all sources tell me XCode is the best available on a mac, and the industry standard. However, looking up XCode on apple's site shows only the latest version, which runs only on OSX 10.6 and later, and is available in two inaccessible options. I can pay $100 for a year's membership to the developer program (may do this eventually, but not yet), or for only $5 from the app store, except that you can't access the app store without OSX 10.6 or later. Chances are, even if I paid the $100 for the developer's membership, I'd still only get access to the newest version, which won't run on my OS. For the time being, I'd like to work cheaply. That means I'm willing to pay a $5 download fee to Apple, but not $100 + the cost of the new OS. That may change in a few more months as I get more onto the professional level, but it doesn't seem worth it yet, as a student of limited financial means. Can I get a slightly earlier version of XCode, which will work on OSX 10.5.8? Or, perhaps you can suggest an alternative program I might use while I learn? I've gotten away with IDEone so far, in the first couple weeks of class, but I'd like something that can work directly on my computer, save files, be accessible offline, etc. Thanks for your help!