Xcode is Apple Inc.'s Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for developing applications and other software for Mac OS X. First released in 2003, it is shipped free with Mac OS X 10.3, but is able to develop OS X applications that can run on any version of OS X. It extends and replaces Apple's earlier tool, Project Builder, which was inherited from NeXT. However, Xcode officially does not work in Mac OS X 10.2.
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