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Chapter 3. System Tools > Developer Tools

3.3. Developer Tools

Apple has gone to great lengths to lure a new breed of developers to the Mac, offering environments for traditional C, C++, Objective-C (and recently Objective-C++), Java, Perl, Python, Ruby, and with the introduction of AppleScript Studio, AppleScripters can now harness their scripting knowledge to build Cocoa-based applications.

3.3.1. Installing the Developer Tools

You can quickly check to see if you have the Developer Tools installed. If you have a /Developer folder on your hard drive, you are ready to go. If not, you'll need to install the tools either from the Developer Tools CD that came with your system or from a disk image you can download from the Apple Developer Connection (ADC) site.


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