I know there have been a few threads on this, but none of them really seem to be saying what I want to know. I'm interested in learning to develop Cydia apps. I absolutely refuse to use the iPhone SDK (1. don't want to pay the $100, 2. don't have a Mac, and don't plan on buying one, 3. the principal of the matter Please Register or Log in to view images), so I'm looking for alternatives. I've read some about the gcc toolchain for iOS 2.x, but that's pretty dang old, and seems outdated. What I want to do is (eventually) make some basic apps for 4.1, but until I can JB my iPT4g that's not really useful, so I'm interested in making some for my other iPod Touch, currently on 3.1.3 (JB). My question to you wise people is: How does one go about this. I've googled my heart out in every phrasing I can possibly imagine, but can't seem to find a shred of a tutorial. I don't know much Objective-C at ALL, so right now I'll settle for getting a simple Hello World script to compile and run from my SB. Any help would be great Please Register or Log in to view images.