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xcode mac header problem

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My dad just got Mac OS X panther 10.3 and now I can use Xcode. But when I try to use headers like <iostream.h> it can't find them. My dad installed Xcode and I wasn't there. To get the headers do I have to reinstall Xcode or is there something in the packages folder that I can install. I looked and I could not find anything. Thanks vbuser

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I don't know why that's happening, but I can tell you it shouldn't be Xcode. Xcode is just a frontend to gcc, so it would be deeper than Xcode. Good luck :)

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I don't know what it is when I use metrowerks I can use the headers because they are in that folder. But it is not in the xcode folder. I'll try to find out the problem.
Thanks for the help.

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Check the preferences and make sure Xcode is looking in the right places. It may be that the header files are sitting somewhere else.

If you have Metrowerks installed, it may be that you either have the headers installed in two separate places, or Metrowerks has moved them. I usually avoid having multiple development environments installed on the same computer as it can get damned confusing.

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