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I was just wondering if XCode provided a separate environment for running applications as my application runs fine in XCode however outside of XCode it gives an illegal instruction error and exits.
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Is a development build what you are looking for? To do a development build; open the project and choose the project menu

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Is there any way to get Xcode 1.5?
I have Xcode 1.1 and Mac OS 10.3.9
In the apple site Xcode 2.3 is available but it requires Mac OS 10.4

Is upgrading to Mac OS 10.4 the only way I have to upgrade Xcode?
What was the latest Rev of Xcode for Mac OS 10.3.9?
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Create a free developer account at apple.com and download it via the Developer Tools download section. It is 372.4MB.

I'm downloading Xcode 2.3 right now. All 915MB of it!
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