Apple has released a new version of
Xcode, its integrated development environment (IDE) for Mac OS X. Xcode v1.5 enables developers to create applications designed to run on Mac OS X, and includes project editing, search and navigation, file editing, project building and debugging capabilities.
The new release of Xcode features dead-code stripping, remote debugging, speed improvements to the gnu C++ compiler, or gcc, code completion for Java and AppleScript, native build system support for AppleScript, an enhanced debugger with memory and globals browsers and the ability to display file static variables, faster editor performance, ant templates, documentation bookmarks and speed improvements. Xcode requires Mac OS X v10.3 or higher. Xcode Tools 1.5 is available as a full CD disk image download from the Apple Developer Connection (ADC) Download Web site.