xcode on windows?

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  1. Seb

    Seb New Member

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    Topic says it all.. i have now followed xcode tutorials for a long time.. and learned it..
    Can you have xCode on windows?
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    Xcode is an application created by Apple for their Mac OS X OS to build applications for both Mac OS X and iPhone OS. Xcode is Mac-only.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Learn the Objective-C language, not just how to use Xcode, which is only an IDE.
  4. SiXAXiS

    SiXAXiS Banned

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    If you really want to develop apps, you can choose to:

    1. Get a mac (eh...)
    2. Hackint0sh
    3. Develop with Flash CS5 Professional
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    nope. only way of developing apps is either Flash CS5 or on Mac OS X.
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    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    No. That's why there is the toolchain. You can set up a build envrionment on Windows, Linux, or even the iPhone itself.
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    Just to see if I can get this right, you can develop applications for the iPhone using Flash CS5? Is that correct?

    But would I be right saying that you still have to have a mac to sign the application?

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