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PowerBook - trash Xcode installer packages?


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should i trash unnecessary Xcode installer packages? i think they are left overs from the original Panther install. i upgraded with a Tiger DVD, tried to install developertools.pkg, devsdk.pkg and xcodetools.pkg...but they were for OS 10.3; i got the "newer version already exists" message.
shouldn't the upgrade have updated those Xcode installer packages?....
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