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    Coexisting 2 Xcodes

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    Question Coexisting 2 Xcodes
    Can I install Xcode 3.2.5 and iPhone SDK 4.2 Final coexisting with installing Xcode 3.2.2 and iPhone SDK 3.2 Final?

    As when I installed the second one, it replaced the first one.

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    Coexisting 2 Xcodes
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    Have you tried installing it to a different location? You are not obligated to install it to /Developer.
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    If you install the new one to the same directory as the old it pretty much acts like an update replacing the old. Do what vansmith says and install to a different directory. Create a folder inside applications called "Developer" or whatever you want to call it and install the new xcode there.

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