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As you can find here, in the Apple Developers webpage: Xcode 7 requires a Mac running OS X version 10.10.4 or later. It includes SDKs for watchOS 2.0, iOS 9, and OS X version 10.11. As you see in the attached pic, Yosemite can still be valid to run XCode7, if it is updated to the 10.10.4+ version required.


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Older versions of Xcode used to install themselves and files into the /Developer folder. This is no longer the case, so you would need to find / download the same version of Xcode that your package expects or update the package. If you are a paid developer, you might be able to find that old package amongst the downloads and re-install it. Worst case, you ...


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As mentioned by Mark in the comments the instructions are made for older versions of Xcode. In my opinion you can simply link a MacOSX sdk to /Developer/SDKs: sudo mkdir -p /Developer/SDKs sudo ln -s /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Developer/SDKs/MacOSX10.8.sdk /Developer/SDKs/MacOSX.sdk additionally you can add a ...


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Give that this is an older question, I’m hoping that @wadda_wadda has solved his Mac OS X App Store update problem. For those who might encounter this problem in the future, or need a way of forcing an app update here’s a method that will hopefully help. If you want to see what updates your system already has on it for a specific app, or any app for that ...


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Most development work is typing and waiting for compilation to complete. This is possible on any modern Mac. Both the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro will run Xcode. Developing software can stress any Mac, including highly specified Mac Pros. It is unlikely anyone can clearly and definitely answer your question. All answers, including mine will be based on ...


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You can find several versions of gcc for different OS X flavors here: HPC Mac OS X. Download my binaries, and cd to the download folder. Then gunzip gcc-5.3-bin.tar.gz (if your browser didn't do so already) and then sudo tar -xvf gcc-5.3-bin.tar -C /. It installs everything in /usr/local. You can invoke the Fortran 95 compiler by simply typing gfortran. ...


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Yes - open Xcode's help and search for Debugging with Xcode - there are links to WWDC videos, and ample documentation to get you going.



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