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Thread: iphone toolchain on windows

  1. #1
    Default iphone toolchain on windows
    any way to do this? cygwin? prodevkit?
    anyone have a guide?

  2. #2
    yes, but still no guidefor now, i dont think anyone is willing to share. but as soon as i learn how to do this, ill post a detailed guide.

    here is the guide
    http://iphone.fiveforty.net/wiki/ind...tion_-_Windows
    Last edited by forsyt; 2007-11-16 at 12:14 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    ohnonotme (2007-11-16)

  4. #3
    how do i open the pkg file from step 3?

  5. #4
    use powerISO, search it over katz.cd its there somewhere, hope this helps
    Last edited by forsyt; 2007-11-16 at 10:25 AM.

  6. #5
    umm poweriso wont open it and it wont open the xcode dmg file either

  7. #6
    I used hfsexplorer without a problem (and its free). But you need TransMac anyway so install the trial of that.

  8. #7
    ok i have it installed and the test apps work!
    now anyone have any tutorials for iphone coding?
    Last edited by ohnonotme; 2007-11-18 at 08:01 PM.
    there are 10 kinds of people in this world:
    those who understand binary and those who don't

  9. #8
    There's a sticky in Native iPhone App Discussion forum that provides some hints.

    Otherwise there's some Cocoa books to buy... and a lot of Googling!

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  11. #10
    done installing the cygwin with toolchain on vista. what now, how do i compile a simple hello world. i have the .h, .c, .m and all the rest of the files needed, i just dont know how to compile it. can someone helpme for a "thank you"?

  12. #11
    Go to the cygwin bash shell and change the directory to your app's folder and type 'make'

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    forsyt (2007-11-26)

  14. #12
    Go to the cygwin bash shell and change the directory to your app's folder and type 'make'

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  16. #13
    here's a thank you for such a quick reply.
    MMi is awsome

  17. #14
    Does anyone have a *working*, recent(fw 2.x) instruction set for working with the iPhone toolchain on Windows?

    The instruction set and toolchain downloads at Blog of Max Horvath: iPhone SDK Archives are broken/incomplete.

    Thanks in advance.

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