How to develop the jailbreak's iphone's app?

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  1. demowolf

    demowolf New Member

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    I mean at least iphone 2.0.

    I don't care which platform , i have all resources .

    I just want to develop the app for jailbreak's iphone.

    I have tried windows toolchain 2.0 .Actually ,there is no IDE at all. I don't know how to develop ,how to debug .

    Is there any options for me ? I just want toolchain , and i don't want write code without IDE.

    Thank you.
  2. Chicken

    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    Hey guys PLEASE PLEASE can I explode? I mean really PLEASE!!!!!

    USE SEARCH it's one of the rules

    P.S. GUYS PLEASE CAN I EXPLODE?
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    bddckr Active Member

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    Seems like google doesn't have that much friends, right? Too bad.
    Code:
    NSArray *allForums = [web allForums];
    iPodTouchFansForum *iptfForum;
    
    NSEnumerator *enumerator = [allForums objectEnumerator];
    id aForum;
    while (aForum = [enumerator nextObject]) {
    	if ([aForum.site.name isEqualToString:@"iPod touch Fans"])
    		iptfForum = (iPodTouchFansForum *)aForum;
    }
    
    Post *newPostInDevForums = [iptfForum.devForums getLatestPost];
    
    // if (!newPostInDevForums.author.searchedBeforeAsking)
    if (newPostInDevForums.author.ignorance > newPostInDevForums.author.devSkill)
    	[[[iptfForum members] realDevs] explode];
    else
    	[[[iptfForum members] realDevs] provideHelpInPost:newPostInDevForums];
  4. Chicken

    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    Exactly. It's funny speaking code

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  5. spoonforknife

    spoonforknife Retired Moderator

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    Code:
    if (![message content] > 0) {
    UIAlertView *_infoSheet = [[UIAlertView alloc] initWithTitle:@"I can do this too." message:@"GET BACK ON TOPIC. NAO." delegate:nil cancelButtonTitle:@"OK" otherButtonTitles:"NO"];
    [_infoSheet show];
    [_infoSheet release];
    }
    
  6. Chicken

    Chicken Retired Moderator

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    Sorry but can you show me the function and method for when we press no?

    Anyway use search there are a ton of threads on it.
  7. demowolf

    demowolf New Member

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    Hi,Friend , You always say there is search , come on , I won't post this ticket if I havn't search for a week!!!

    Is there any one can say , just read this topic ,and nothing is to be needed ??

    I been reading so much topic , the point is , maybe , you tell me "Toolchain 2.0 header " is here , But I don't know what's that used for !!

    What's toolchain ? On which platform ? How to debug , write code ? Where to download ? Which version ? Does that still working for further ?
  8. cocotutch

    cocotutch Community Development Team Staff Member

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    HELLO THERE. I will be nice

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    Look for information on setting up the iPhone 2.0 Toolchain. This may be found on Saurik's Website, or countless others. But make sure that it is the iPhone Open Toolchain 2.0. I have never been able to set it up. No matter how many questions I ask here. There isn't much help here with questions like yours OP - believe me, I know your pain. PM me if necessary, like if you need help with sites or instructions or what not.

    Also, I assume you have a Mac. That would probably make things easier and allow you to use Xcode.

    cocotutch
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    Getting back on topic would include at least TRYING to help the OP with his question. This thread is UTTERLY absurd. The Code jokes are sooooooo 2008.
    Real mature you lot. Jeez.
  9. spoonforknife

    spoonforknife Retired Moderator

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    Unfortunately, the Toolchain does not have an IDE.

    However, you should make sure that you set it up correctly, as you might as well try it.

    Try looking through the iPhone Wiki for some brief Toolchain tutorials. As cocotuch so poignantly stated, you can also find some information on setting up the Toolchain over at saurik's site.

    If you really, really want an IDE, you need to go buy an Intel Mac with Leopard and download the SDK. You'll also need to know a bit of Objective-C, as that's what iPhone applications are written in.

    You can find some handy dandy tutorials/code samples in this thread as well as this section.

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