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 Post subject: OSX on campus ?
PostPosted: Sat 01-16-2010 8:42AM 
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Does anyone know if there is any computer/lab with OSX and xcode installed?


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 Post subject: Re: OSX on campus ?
PostPosted: Sat 01-16-2010 12:37PM 
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there are some mac in the library, but I doubt they have xcode.

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 Post subject: Re: OSX on campus ?
PostPosted: Sat 01-16-2010 1:29PM 
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There are Macs in the Library and Fulton and neither will have Xcode. Your best bet is to either try and run OSx86 or borrow a friends laptop.

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PostPosted: Sat 01-16-2010 4:58PM 
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Chankster wrote:
There are Macs in the Library and Fulton and neither will have Xcode. Your best bet is to either try and run OSx86 or borrow a friends laptop.

http://it.mst.edu/clc/software/list.html xcode is not listed on any clc's. theres a lab of macs in campus support buiding but it's not a clc, it belongs to someone else.

I have an osx vmware image, you might be able to find/make something like that

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PostPosted: Sat 01-16-2010 7:36PM 
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Has anyone submitted to Apple an app they development from within a VM?


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kcode289 wrote:
Has anyone submitted to Apple an app they development from within a VM?


although this is far from my expertise,

1. How would apple know?
2. I would think that most people that develop for OSX would actually own a macintosh.

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PostPosted: Mon 01-25-2010 5:13PM 
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 Post subject: Re: OSX on campus ?
PostPosted: Wed 01-27-2010 12:42AM 
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Thanks all. I'm developing on a hackintosh currently. I just didn't know if Apple would know I developed/submitted an app using a non-Apple approved comp. Just I'll just try and see.


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