What/where Xcode 4.0.2 for Macports install in Snow Leopard?

Dominik Reichardt domiman at gmail.com
Sun Nov 27 11:49:31 PST 2011

Yes if you want to purchase it now you can't 
BUT if you got it back then it still shows in the purchase tab of the app store app as "Xcode for Snow Leopard". At least it does show for me and also shows as updated, so I guess it's the same as the one you can get from the developer page.


Am 27.11.2011 um 20:26 schrieb Ned Deily <nad at acm.org>:

> In article <4ED2858C.80708 at gmail.com>,
> Murray Eisenberg <murrayeisenberg at gmail.com> wrote:
>> But the current Xcode 4.2.1 requires Lion (OS X 10.7) and, as I said, 
>> I'm running Snow Leopard 10.6.8.
> Apple made a version of Xcode 4.0 available to the public through the 
> Mac App Store for a period prior to the launch of Lion which requires 
> Xcode 4.  I believe their motive was to give people who were not part of 
> the paid Mac Developer program to get a taste of what was coming with 
> Xcode 4 in Lion (i.e. removing PPC support and older SDKs and moving 
> from plain gcc to llvm-gcc and eventually clang).  However, once Lion 
> was released, they replaced Xcode 4.0 in the App Store with Xcode 4.1 
> which is only supported on Lion, leaving the adventurous Xcode 4.0 Snow 
> Leopard users scratching their heads.
> Unless you really need something from Xcode 4.0, your best bet on Snow 
> Leopard is to go back to Xcode 3, the standard for 10.6.  Xcode 3.2.6 is 
> available for free download from the Apple Developer Center website 
> after free registration.  At the ADC web site, click on the Resources 
> link (http://developer.apple.com/resources/) and then on "Mac OS X 
> Downloads" (which will require you to login).
> -- 
> Ned Deily,
> nad at acm.org
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