How to create programs for iPod Touch with a PC

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  1. maximo7274

    maximo7274 New Member

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    I have a PC, and I have been programing for a while now, so the programing isnt an issue.

    My problem is that I don't know how to get applications that I make onto the iPod touch, and I also don't know what some of the commands are. (That stuff I can figure out)

    My real question, is can I make programs on my PC which I can then put on my iPod touch and then use them? Like, do I need an SDK, or something like that?

    Thanks
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  4. maximo7274

    maximo7274 New Member

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    So you can only program stuff for it on macs? that stinks...

    Thanks anyways
  5. Iamzim9

    Iamzim9 New Member

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    That's not necessarily true.
    Just use an emulator that runs OS X.
    And I kinda have a question:
    Would iPhone SDK work on an emulation of OS X Tiger?
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    godogshomie New Member

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    sure won't
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    it will on an emulation of os x leopard
  8. mikec1985

    mikec1985 Active Member

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    You can compile with cygwin I believe on a windows.
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    It Could work. Doesn't mean it will. In theory. ;] The best solution is running the sdk on a mac. All others Could work but aren't the most efficient... in my opinion of coarse.
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    I could never get cwycin to work, just get the headers from the sdk on linux and use the gcc compiler to make the apps.

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