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Hi to all,
I'm trying to download XCode for Leopard (3.1, I believe) but on the apple site it only seems to have 3.2, that is new Snow Leopard only version.

Could anybody help? Thanks
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XCode should be on your Leopard install disc

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When I'm on the Mac Dev Center site, I have to do some clicking to get to the downloads section...

Mac Dev Center -> Member Site (in right column) which requires another login.
Member Site -> Downloads
Download -> Developer Tools (in right column)

Once on the proper download page, search for 3.1 to find that version of XCode.

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When asking questions, post the version of your software. You'll receive better answers.

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Not sure why you would want 3.1, remember that 3.2 includes iPhone support down to version 2. and OS X Support down to 10.4.x API's
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XCode should be on your Leopard install disc
Or just search it in spotlight

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Not sure why you would want 3.1, remember that 3.2 includes iPhone support down to version 2. and OS X Support down to 10.4.x API's
The OP was done before 3.2 was released to non-payed developers.

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For future Googlers:
http://adcdownload.apple.com/Develop...veloperdvd.dmg
Is the download for Xcode for OS X 10.5.0+
The download works for me (after login) as of post (Sep 19 2009)

http://adcdownload.apple.com/Developer_Tools/xcode_3.1.3_developer_tools/xcode313_2736_developerdvd.dmg
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This is the best link to click for XCode 3.1.3, the last version for MacOS X 10.5

Login required, will prompt you for it. Above URL will not prompt for login and doesn't work if one goes back to main page and tries to log in.

https://connect.apple.com/cgi-bin/We...bundleID=20414
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If you login to your developer account, go to Mac Dev Center then click on Developer Downloads. On the right side, click on Developer Tools and you will then find a link for downloading Xcode 3.1.4, released Sept 10 2009.
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