3 thoughts on “Is it possible to write programs on Mac without using Xcode?”

  1. As XCode is one of the greatest combinatory application coding suites available, I know of no other coding application that even exists for the Mac. What’s wrong with XCode? It does everything.

  2. Xcode is great, I use it for almost everything, whats wrong with it? Eclipse http://www. eclipse. org/downloads/ and Qt http://qt. nokia. com/ are some other IDE’s I use (both are free). But, if your not really a programmer, I suggest scripting instead of a real language because the IDE’s are much less complex then the ones I stated above. There is AppleScript already installed on every mac in Applications –> AppleScript. There is also Automator in Applications –> Automator.

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