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I am currently taking a refresher C++ course at CodeWarrior U and I am using project builder. I have had Project Builder crash w/no apparent reason when compiling and running very simple apps.... has anyone else had this problem? Should I fork over some cash and get a real ID like CodeWarrior? Does anyone have other suggestions?
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I have not had a problem with Apples Project Builder.. panther will have a new set of tools for me though can't wait.. maybe if your having trouble with the current PB, wait 8 days till panther? Perhaps your doing something horribly wrong while building..

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O just thought of this did you update to the newest August 2003 update? and the December 2002?
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Thanks for the reply... I just beefed-up the ram on my pb today from 256 to 512. I have noticed significant perfrormance improvement. I hope this will keep some of the apps from crashing.

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ah yes, the more ram the better, it makes OSX faster, its like a virtual CPU upgrade.
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