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XCode Leopard Compatible

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Hi,

I am using macbook with Leopard.

I need the XCode library, which is Leopard compatible

When I surf from apple forums and support, I got the new latest XCode 3.2.3 and Ios Suite which is a "Snow leopard" compatible.

Can any one provide the link for Earlier releases of XCode v3.0 which is Leopard Compatible??

Thanks,
Rishi
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Should be on your Leopard install DVD.
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Oh I didn't realized this till now and even didn't got an idea to look at my install DVDs.

Thanks Strung for the info.
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It's in the optional installs.
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