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Apple app developing

Post by DrRoach on Thu May 30, 2013 5:55 pm
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So I've decided to try out developing apps for apple products but I've already come across a hurdle. Xcode is only available for macs and as I use a windows PC I can't download it. I've got a mac OS running on a VM but I can't give it much RAM and I fear that if I make a programe that is quite large and hard to run my machine will just crash so is there are any equivalents to Xcode or other ways to install it other than through a VM or getting rid of windows? Thanks
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Re: Apple app developing

Post by fashizzlepop on Thu May 30, 2013 7:06 pm
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Hackintosh is an option. Basically it involves installing a cracked version of Mac OSX on your machine. It can be tricky but it's doable. There's no other way to run XCode that I know of.
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