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Well... if you''re running OS X you can download the compiler and tools from http://www.opensource.apple.com/projects/darwin for free. But if you''re using anything like OS 9 or 8 or whatever I don''t know of any compilers other than the one from metroworks. Its called Metroworks Codewarrior. I hear its kinda expensive. Their website is www.metroworks.com

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Arnt there any compliers that can run on an Imac? Please help.


Get CodeWarrior for Mac, it''s probably the best choice you have. As I haven''t had the chance to learn about any good compilers for the Mac apart from CW which I use on windows also...



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Well... if you''re running OS X you can download the compiler and tools from http://www.opensource.apple.com/projects/darwin for free. But if you''re using anything like OS 9 or 8 or whatever I don''t know of any compilers other than the one from metroworks. Its called Metroworks Codewarrior. I hear its kinda expensive. Their website is www.metroworks.com



just a correction, the web site is: www.metrowerks.com


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If you have money, get codewarrior (pro or educational version). If not, take the time and learn how to use Apple''s developer tools for OS X. I don''t know how good it is for doing something like a game though.

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i didn''t like metrowerks before my school got new comps on the windows platform but it is supposedly very good. i just didn''t like the interface, and the fact that the old macs were so slow probably didn''t help that much either, so i guess you should go with metrowerks.

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