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  1. #1
    sugoruyo
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    Programming tools on Mac
    Hi folks.

    I'd like some advice.

    First off I want to say I need to figure out why XCode won't install on my system. I have a MacMini which came with Panther pre-installed.
    I then installed Tiger and tried to install XCode from the Tiger dvd. It then complained about me not running Panther (and that it's version is for panther).
    So I dl the stuff from ADC which says it's for Tiger and they return the same message.

    What is going on? Can someone help me?

    Also I'd like to ask if there's something like Scite on the Mac.
    For those that are not familiar with Scite I'll note it's a general purpose developer oriented text editor. That is it can handle syntax highlighting for many languages not just one and is a pretty good editor for working on non-IDE environment.

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    Programming tools on Mac
    Murlyn's Avatar
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    Try BBEdit.. that's what I use and way back in the day before OS X, programmers used to say that BBEdit was THE reason to get a Mac, and it has only gotten better since then

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    sugoruyo
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    /*OFF-TOPIC: are the new dual g5 macs fast at f@h? */

  4. #4
    lil
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murlyn
    Try BBEdit.. that's what I use and way back in the day before OS X, programmers used to say that BBEdit was THE reason to get a Mac, and it has only gotten better since then
    I use TextWrangler which is free, is made by the same company and does syntax highlighting, fast scrolling - all an all round excellent text editor.

    I'll answer the other questions very shortly!

    Vicky :flower:

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    Programming tools on Mac
    fearlessfreap24's Avatar
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    SubEthaEdit. it is free. and it is nice. i have used it for PHP, HTML and most recently for C.

    http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/18956

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    lil
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    Quote Originally Posted by fearlessfreap24
    SubEthaEdit. it is free. and it is nice. i have used it for PHP, HTML and most recently for C.

    http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/18956
    That looks like a pretty awesome collaborative editor, very impressive!

    Vicky

  7. #7
    sugoruyo
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    XCode tools problem fixed.

    SubEhtaEdit is cool. Although I don't have anyone to collab with

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