General/XCode 2.2 has been released:
* Announcement 1: http://lists.apple.com/archives/Xcode-users/2005/Nov/msg00226.html * Announcement 2: http://lists.apple.com/archives/Xcode-users/2005/Nov/msg00227.html * Release Notes: http://developer.apple.com/tools/xcode/update.html (still on Xcode 2.1)
New features / Updates
Just out of curiosity, does anyone know what Apple’s process for updating gcc is? That is, how much work does it take for them to do a new gcc release? I ask because I’ve recently run into a minor compiler bug that’s apparently been around since gcc 4.0, and apparently has been fixed in 4.0.3 or so, and I was wondering why Apple’s release didn’t bring us up to 4.0.3. I’m assuming it has to do with work on the General/ObjC compiler or some such, but I’m not really sure. – General/RobRix
Xcode was a universal binary starting with version 2.1, so this is nothing new deleting off list
Any delta updates available?? 2.2.1 has just been released, but it’s only available as a FULL download from what I can see. Downloading 800MB+ for a 0.0.1 updated is….. ridiculous!