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to run "Macintosh Codewarrior 8" created project in window.

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how to run "Macintosh Codewarrior 8" created project in window.
the name of the file is  .sit format

thanks for help.
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.sit is a compressed format.  You can open it using http://www.stuffit.com/win/expander/.
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can .sit file can run on window xp after decompressed?
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It depends on what's in the .sit file.  It is like a zip file.  You can put anything into a zip file and you don't know whether it can be used on Windows unless you uncompressed it.
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