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What happened to XCode 1.1??? - Mac Programming

Does anyone know what happened to the XCode 1.1 upgrade? I downloaded and intstalled it on one of my computers last night, but now it seems to have been disappeared before I caoud install it on the other computer. There is also no reference at all to it on the Apple site, not even in Developer Connection (which still has 1.0.1 as latest version). Anyone has the same experience?...

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    Default What happened to XCode 1.1???

    Does anyone know what happened to the XCode 1.1 upgrade? I downloaded and
    intstalled it on one of my computers last night, but now it seems to have
    been disappeared before I caoud install it on the other computer. There is
    also no reference at all to it on the Apple site, not even in Developer
    Connection (which still has 1.0.1 as latest version).

    Anyone has the same experience?

    MacMan Guest

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    Default Re: What happened to XCode 1.1???

    In article <easynews.com>,
    MacMan <aa.com> wrote:
     

    It was broken and thus removed.

    meeroh

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    Miro Guest

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    Default Re: What happened to XCode 1.1???

    > Does anyone know what happened to the XCode 1.1 upgrade? I downloaded and 

    Apparently they pulled it, or maybe it was not supposed to be released
    at all. I installed it on one of my systems probably seconds before
    they pulled it because when I did software update on another identical
    system right after, it was no longer there (about 6:30pm Eastern US
    time).

    I did notice at least one bug/feature involving the vDSP library
    subtraction function vsub(). I've encountered weirdness in the past
    where on some versions of OSX (10.2.* prior to the version that
    shipped on early G5's - can't remember the exact number) the
    subtraction was performed in the opposite order from what was
    described in the doentation. When I built my project with Xcode
    1.1, the subtraction order was reversed relative to what it was right
    before the upgrade.
    Eric Guest

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    Default Re: What happened to XCode 1.1???

    > described in the doentation. When I built my project with Xcode 

    Sorry if above was unclear (in the unlikely event that anyone cares).
    Up until the 10.2.7, the subtraction order performed by vsub was the
    opposite of what was described in the vDSP docs. As of 10.2.8 (the
    final G5-only update to Jaguar), the order appeared to be fixed and
    remained that way through all the Panther releases and all versions of
    Xcode through 1.0.1. When I upgraded to Xcode 1.1, the subtraction
    order reverted back to the incorrect order. Leads to many suprising
    flips of images after complex conjugate operations on their Fourier
    transforms...

    ER
    Eric Guest

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    Default Re: What happened to XCode 1.1???

    In article <mit.edu>,
    Miro Jurisic <org> wrote:
     
    >
    > It was broken and thus removed.[/ref]

    No, there was nothing broken about 1.1. There were server problems.

    If you actually got 1.1 during the brief time it was available
    yesterday, it is fine. Whatever, 1.1 is now available for download
    from the developer site and showed up just fine in my Software Update
    this afternoon.

    Spence
    James Guest

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    Default Re: What happened to XCode 1.1???

    Apparently it's back. I installed it only a few hours ago... mb.
    M Guest

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    Default Re: What happened to XCode 1.1???

    In article <google.com>,
    com (Eric Raas) wrote:
     
    >
    > Sorry if above was unclear (in the unlikely event that anyone cares).
    > Up until the 10.2.7, the subtraction order performed by vsub was the
    > opposite of what was described in the vDSP docs. As of 10.2.8 (the
    > final G5-only update to Jaguar), the order appeared to be fixed and
    > remained that way through all the Panther releases and all versions of
    > Xcode through 1.0.1. When I upgraded to Xcode 1.1, the subtraction
    > order reverted back to the incorrect order. Leads to many suprising
    > flips of images after complex conjugate operations on their Fourier
    > transforms...[/ref]

    I believe the reversal (i.e. the one that you have after installing
    Xcode 1.1) is supposed to be correct. To be sure, though, I'd suggest
    filing a bug with Apple against the new behavior.

    -Eric

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    http://rescomp.stanford.edu/~ejalbert/
    Eric Guest

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