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Step into Xcode Mac OS X Development by Fritz Anderson

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Chapter 1. Kicking the Tires

First Run

Xcode is installed, and it’s time to see what it looks like. Find Xcode in /Developer/Applications and double-click its icon to launch it. If you’re running Xcode for the first time, the New User Assistant window, as seen in Figure 1.1, will be presented.

The New User Assistant. The dialog panels in this assistant capture your preferences the first time you run Xcode.

Figure 1.1. The New User Assistant. The dialog panels in this assistant capture your preferences the first time you run Xcode.

The default settings in this window are best for most purposes. Simply click the Next button in each panel; in the last panel, click Finish. Every setting in the New User Assistant is accessible through Xcode’s Preferences window, so ...

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