Fwd: Xcode 4
jf at gobinjf.be
Thu Mar 10 11:10:42 PST 2011
I'm actually pondering whether I should go for the Dev account, as it allows
to get newer version of Mac OS X as well.
On Thu, Mar 10, 2011 at 2:04 PM, Gregory Seidman <
gsslist+macports at anthropohedron.net> wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 10, 2011 at 07:08:48PM +0100, Marko K?ning wrote:
> > > Unfortunately you only get it for "free" if you have a PAID (99,-)
> > > developer account. The free account doesn't count anymore for version
> > > 4, you can still get version 3.2.6 for free, though. Version 4 is 4
> > > euro or 5 Dollar in the App Store.
> > Well, 4 Euro is not so much, but still, it's a change of policy. :-(
> Rumor has it that it is a regulatory issue. If Apple bundles too much
> software with the OS or machine or something they open themselves up to
> antitrust issues. I'm sort of surprised they don't have just the Mac SDK
> stuff (compiler and frameworks/headers) in a simple to install free
> package, though. I can see Xcode falling under such things, but not the
> basic toolchain. Perhaps it will show up as a release in the open source
> darwin project.
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