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I have OS X Snow Leopard and I need install make (this exists in Xcode). I don't have the DVD to install though.

On the Xcode page I don't find an old version of Xcode.

How I can get an old version of Xcode?

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Xcode 3

The latest Xcode 3.2.6 (with the iOS SDK) is available under this link:

https://developer.apple.com/devcenter/download.action?path=/Developer_Tools/xcode_3.2.6_and_ios_sdk_4.3__final/xcode_3.2.6_and_ios_sdk_4.3.dmg

You need to be signed up to the free Apple Developer program in order for this to work, I guess. Note that this version will not be updated anymore. If you run into problems installing it, see this question: Can't Install Xcode on OS X Snow Leopard

A list of all downloads is also available. Just sign into the Apple Developer website and visit the following link:

http://connect.apple.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/MemberSite.woa/wa/downloads

Here, under "Developer Tools" (in the right sidebar), you'll find older versions of Xcode and additional tools.

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Note that it's a 4.1GB download. I hope you're not in a hurry. – Bennett McElwee Mar 6 '13 at 10:52

Maybe this one is right for you:

OSX GCC Installer

No need to install bulky Xcode just for make.

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Have you tried registering as a Apple Developer for Free, it required you have an Apple ID.

Once you log in there then you will have to look around for Xcode 3.2.6 for SnowLeopard.

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All versions of Xcode can be downloaded from https://connect.apple.com; this requires a free (not the $99 Mac or iPhone developer subscription) developer registration at http://developer.apple.com.

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