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My Mac OS X version is 10.5.8
Xcode 3.1.4

I hope to debug my app on the iPod Touch
iPod OS version 3.1.3(7E18)

Organizer told me that I need newest Xcode. I downloaded and try to install the newest Xcode, but it told me I need new Mac OS X.

So I clicked my Mac Mini's software update to check if there is new version.

It told me my softwares are newest.

I welcome any assistance.

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Check that you have iPhone SDK 3.1.3. Xcode 3.1.4 paired with iPhone SDK 3.1.3 should work on your iPod Touch... That's all I can suggest. To check go into the Xcode menu -> Help ->more info (which opens system profiler) and in the development tab it should list all the iPhone SDKs you have. If 3.1.3 isn't already there download it. If you already have iPhone SDK 3.1.3... then... something's wrong.

If you want to redownload iPhone SDK 3.1.3 with Xcode 3.1.4, the download link is no longer "on the front page", but this link should do. For other links to even older SDKs just look at the thread here.

Of course, when you find the time, it's probably recommended that you upgrade to Snow Leopard since Apple always loves the newest software. If you want to develop for anything past iPhone OS 3.1.3 Snow Leopard is a good investment.

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there's a more pointed question about where to find it; the stackoverflow copy of the question has a better answer. – quack quixote May 5 '10 at 0:27
Those are related to Xcode 3.0 I think... which isn't compatible with iPhone OS 3.1.3. – Vervious May 5 '10 at 0:29

The newest XCode (3.2.2 I believe) is for Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard. You are running OS X 10.5 Leopard. You need to upgrade to Snow Leopard ($29 USD) to be able to use the latest XCode.

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