ActiveDeveloper is an incremental runtime Objective-C and C IDE, JIT compiler, and debugger for Cocoa and QuickTime. It features fast incremental Objective-C and C compilation, full native speed applications in deployment, and no ActiveDeveloper dependency in your products.
|Tags||Text Editors Integrated Development Environments (IDE) Software Development Debuggers|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X Windows|
Release Notes: This release is the first as a Universal Binary.
Release Notes: This version supports the new Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger release and allows you to work in concert with the Xcode 2.0 build system, similar to how it has worked in concert with Xcode 1.x and Project Builder since Mac OS X was first released. ActiveDeveloper now works with the "Fix & Continue" and "ZeroLink" options turned either on or off.
Release Notes: This version has better integration with the Xcode build system.
Release Notes: This release is integrated with the new Xcode IDE in a way similar to how it has worked in concert with Project Builder for the last couple of years, so by adding ActiveDeveloper, you can have the best of both worlds. It adds support for Mac OS X 10.3 Panther and its new gcc 3.3, speeding incremental compilation more than 50% on most tasks and bringing its responsiveness back to the level from the gcc 2.x days. It works with "Fix and Continue" and "ZeroLink" options turned ON or OFF.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the new WebKit, and also supports developing Cocoa and QuickTime based applications in Objective-C. There is a new Web browser example showing how to use the main WebKit sample with ActiveDeveloper, allowing you to build and re-build WebKit applications even while they run. Also included is the First Final release of the "ActiveDeveloper User Guide", covering both how to use the IDE windows on pre-cooked manual demos contained in the download package, and how to make it work for you on your own Objective-C Projects.