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Mac OS X Developer Tools CD-ROM

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devtooldec02.zip (300.17 MB)
MD5: badfcc5a65ca6043b6953c8f9a3c20a3
For Mac OS X
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
About_Developer_Tools.pdf
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us
About_10.1_Tools_CD.pdf
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

"The Complete Development Suite from Apple"

Requires Mac OS X v10.2 or later

December 2002

Compatibility
Architecture: PPC

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IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2014, October 4 - 6:17pm

On the other page? Nice to see the Dev Tools on this separate entry, for better looking.

papa's picture
by papa - 2014, October 4 - 9:18am

Safety is good, as long as the garbage collector runs once in a while.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2014, October 4 - 6:54am

Only the links to completed uploads, etc, are removed. To the casual participant it looks as tho' items are gone but nothing is actually deleted. If it was deleted permanently then there would be no chance of recovery from accidents or deleting something then changing your mind.

After a period of time, deleted items may be cleared permanently, but not by users.

Look at it as a safety feature Wink

papa's picture
by papa - 2014, October 4 - 3:58am

I have no problem with your restoring the link to the 10.1 PDF file, but does clicking the Remove buttons on the edit page not cause the uploaded file to be deleted? Is there a way to get rid of unneeded disc image and manual files?

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2014, October 4 - 1:51am

Thanks, papa, it looks good. I reinstated your About the 10.1 dev tools tho' - didn't want to see it go Wink

papa's picture
by papa - 2014, October 4 - 1:33am

So it shall be written. So it shall be done.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2014, October 4 - 12:56am

Keep the page as is for now, papa. Its excellent to see manuals for this and these dev CDs are on an easy to locate page. If anything must be removed, the 10.1 image can go, but leave a pointer to it linking to the OS X for PPC page.

papa's picture
by papa - 2014, October 3 - 6:50pm

It looks like the version 10.1 image I uploaded duplicates one that's already on the OS X general archive page, but my version 10.2 image is a later version than the one there (mine is dated Dec. 2002 versus July 2002 on the previously uploaded image).

I'll get rid of my duplicate 10.1 image, but should I keep this page for the 10.2 image, or add a link to it on the general archive page and delete this page?

papa's picture
by papa - 2014, October 2 - 4:56am

I see links to Dev tools for 10.1 & 10.2 there, which may or may not be the same (it does pay to check before uploading large archives).

I did check before creating the page, but didn't scroll through the results far enough to see the page you linked. The disc images on that page do indeed look like the same thing I've uploaded here.

I will check the images on the linked page first, but will delete this page and the disc images I uploaded if they're the same.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2014, October 2 - 2:11am

Its either a bug or a MG feature Wink
One that I've never managed to get a concrete answer to.

Workaround for this bug/feature:

Upload your manuals, as many as you have.
Make hard links to the the 2nd and/or subsequent manuals in the description area above.

[Edit]: I've done this for you, see above. Change the wording to suit.

[Edit 2]: Its possible that these images are already here, in the OS X general archive. I see links to Dev tools for 10.1 & 10.2 there, which may or may not be the same (it does pay to check before uploading large archives).

papa's picture
by papa - 2014, October 2 - 12:27am

I uploaded PDF files from both the 10.1 and the 10.2+ discs in the manual section, but the page shows only a link to the 10.1 file. Is this an MG bug?