[PD] hints on how to compile for mac PPC on an intel

Dan Wilcox danomatika at gmail.com
Fri Jun 14 20:15:22 CEST 2019

You used to be able to simply copy in the SDK folder i to the right spot and Xcode could find it. This worked for me to build an iOS 6 project in newer Xcode versions which didn’t come with it.

Naturally, this may it may not work depending on how far apart the Xcode and SDK versions are. I do know that the formats have changed very little over time, the bigger difference is their location. You can find info online about doing this, search for something als “using older SDK with newer Xcode”.

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Dan Wilcox

> On Jun 14, 2019, at 7:05 PM, Alexandre Torres Porres <porres at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Em qui, 13 de jun de 2019 às 18:17, Dan Wilcox <danomatika at gmail.com> escreveu:
>> You don't unless you have the 10.6 SDK installed and it somehow works with your version of Xcode.
> Seems 10.6 SDK works up to XCode 4.3, and I can't install XCode 4.3 in the OS 10.8 which I was able to downgrade to (only Xcode 4.4+)
> I just realised now that it seems I won't be able to install 10.6.8 because macs do not seem to be able to install any previous OS versions that they came out with. I'm not surprise to learn that, I'm just surprised I didn't know! I'm still trying to learn more about this. Can anyone confirm this?
> The machine I was able to install 10.8 actually came out with 10.7, but I wasn't lucky installing 10.7 on it. And since I actually wanted to install 10.6.8 as my friend's computer, I guess I'll have to give it up.
> The other way around I can think of is by getting a virtual machine running 10.6.8 - I've seen some torrent images for that.
> cheers
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