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CodeWarrior 11 Academic (Gold)

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
CW11GoldTools.sit (284.72 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
CW11GoldReference.sit (208.46 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
This app works with: SheepShaver,

CodeWarrior 11, hosted on Mac OS, allows users to develop applications in
C, C++, Object Pascal and Java for four operating systems: Mac OS,
Win95/NT, Magic Cap OS and PowerTV OS, all hosted in the same intuitive
CodeWarrior integrated development environment ("IDE"). CodeWarrior's
modular, front-end/back-end architecture offers true cross-platform
compiling, thus making it easier to port applications from one operating
system to another. CodeWarrior 11 includes a host of new features, improved
Java support and an alpha version of the new Version 2.0 of the CodeWarrior
-MacTech Magazine

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Mediafire Link
(Tool & Reference CDs)

Related: 10 Gold Pro 1 Pro 2 Pro 3 Pro 4 Pro 5 Pro 6 Pro 7 Pro 8 Pro 9 for Palm Dev Studio 9 Dev Studio 10

Architecture: PPC

68020 or higher
PowerPC (601) or higher
Mac OS 7.1 or higher


by mdentari - 2014, September 24 - 3:14am

Sorry. One last thing. You than have to extract the file again using Stuffit for Windows and then you can mount it.

by mdentari - 2014, September 24 - 3:11am

Check my response to get this working.

by mdentari - 2014, September 24 - 3:10am

Sorry forget to mention I removed the 1 and period from the end of the first file so it ended as .sit

by mdentari - 2014, September 24 - 3:04am

Everyone having trouble decompressing this. This is a Toast image. I had to use my PC and Stuffit 11 to decompress it to my hard drive. I then mounted the Toast Image as one of the drives in Basilisk II. It came right up on my desktop as an Icon/Folder. Works perfectly so far. Thanks for Macintosh Garden for posting this. This is a great site.

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by uyjulian - 2014, March 13 - 11:19pm

Ehh, well that's wierd, using some newer version of stuffit..?

by mrdav - 2014, March 13 - 9:05pm

--->You need to manually set the filetype<---

That may be your experience. However, I have found no need to set the filetype.

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by uyjulian - 2014, March 13 - 7:54pm

I have tried that.
Stuffit Expander just opens and closes does nothing.
You need to manually set the filetype

by mrdav - 2014, March 10 - 11:35am

-->You need to manually set the filetype of the part file<---

Not necessary if you drag the part file over the appropriate application.

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by uyjulian - 2014, March 10 - 3:13am

You need to manually set the filetype of the part files... using Resedit or other related tool. (I forgot what the type was)

by mrdav - 2014, March 10 - 11:37am

Hi enderandpeter. Just drag the sit.1 file over a Stuffit Expander and it will find the second file to unpack the archive. If it does not work with your chosen version of Stufit Expander, you need to use a later version. I used version 15.0 in OS X with success. There is no need to try to unstuff in a Classic environment as the archive just contains a Toast image.

EDIT: Also works with version 10 of Stuffit Expander in OS X. I can't remember if it works with any Classic version of Stuffit Expander.

ANOTHER EDIT: I have just confirmed that this does *not* work with Stuffit Expander 5.5 under Mac OS 9. Just unstuff in OS X.

by enderandpeter - 2014, March 9 - 6:45am

I can't seem to get this to work. I'm running Mac OS 9.0.4 via SheepShaver and I can't even extract the .sit files. The Tools and References files are named with .1 and .2 extensions. I renamed these end with to .001 and .002 so I could use the hjsplit program on Windows to join them. It seemed to do so okay, but Stuffit Expander in OS 9 simply reports an "error" when trying to expand the resulting .sit files. Has anyone gotten this to work?

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by MikeTomTom - 2013, March 26 - 10:56am

Hi MasterDavidGoodmen. MediaFire bitches about my browser too, usually a recent version of SeaMonkey... but if I re-load the page (after the bitch-session) it tends to reveal the correct DL

All the same; I hate visiting MediaFire, passionately!

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by MasterDavidGoodmen - 2013, March 25 - 10:48pm

Mediafire bitches about my browser, and there are zero files visible.

by Mitrokhin - 2012, March 21 - 12:04pm

Thanks Big smile

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by PowerPup - 2012, March 22 - 6:49am

@Mitrokhin: Thanks for letting me know, strange how it disappeared. I only have 20gigs stored on Mediafire, but have used 500gigs of bandwidth! O.o Anyway, I've re-uploaded the part and it's ready for downloading. Wink

@turtlecroc: I've answered your question (as best as possible,) on the CW Pro 1 page.

by Mitrokhin - 2012, March 20 - 4:29pm

Thanks Powerpup, a real nice addition…however "CW11 Gold Reference.sit.1"
seems to be missing from your mediafire archive Sad

by turtlecroc - 2012, March 2 - 3:01am

Does anyone know: can you compile software for Windows *on Mac* using this..?