Hi i have tried to download CodeWarrier development studio 10.0 demo version from following link.
I recently got bored and fired up my old Mac OS Classic emulator, and then got nostalgic for writing old-school applications for the system. So, my question: • Where can I get dev tools that can still target Classic?
(Ideally free, since this is just for fun, but if grabbing a used version of CodeWarrior on eBay is the best way to go, so be it.) • Where can I get at least reference materials so I don't have to guess-and-check my way around Carbon/the System Toolbox? • Are there any forums still running that would be open to answering old-school Mac questions for when I get stuck? This is purely for fun, so don't worry about how impractical this is. Closed as off-topic by, ♦,,, Feb 19 '17 at 21:12 This question appears to be off-topic.
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Where can I get dev tools that can still target Classic? You can get Apple's command-line (yes, for Classic) developer environment, MPW, from their FTP site:. The shell is fairly UNIXish, except it uses a completely different punctuation alphabet. Your backslashes, bangs, and angle brackets are no good here. You generally should use Commando instead of trying to forge command lines yourself; type a command like “make” and hit option-return to get a GUI for it. Note that you will have to run MPW inside your Classic environment; there is no native Mac OS X version.
Freescale division Metrowerks has released its CodeWarrior Development Studio for Mac OS v10.It’s available for download from the Metrowerks Web site, either as a free Learning Edition or as US$99 Professional Download. These tools are specifically designed to be easy to use by students and others who are new to computer programming. The Learning Edition is a simplified version. Jul 06, 2007 Hi i have tried to download CodeWarrier development studio 10.0 demo version from following link.
NeXT's Project Builder (now Xcode) replaced it in the move to Mac OS X. Where can I get at least reference materials so I don't have to guess-and-check my way around Carbon/the System Toolbox? Google search for site:developer.apple.com 'inside macintosh. Good luck—they've started burying this stuff.