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Xcode doesn't show iphone project template applications

thedudeapthedudeap Posts: 68Registered Users
edited May 2009 in iOS SDK Development
So I am brand new to this Iphone programming thing and I've already run into a big snag. When I go to Xcode and start a new project there are no iphone project templates where the new project templates are. I've attached a picture of what mine looks like.

I loaded the Iphone sdk for iphone os 2.1.

I've attached a picture of what my screen looks like.

Is there something I didn't load in the startup or something I'm doing wrong?

Thanks,
Dan
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  • ForswornForsworn Posts: 504New Users
    edited November 2008
    Did you install the SDK?
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  • thedudeapthedudeap Posts: 68Registered Users
    edited November 2008
    yeah, the mac never previously had xcode on it. It is a little funny though that the starting page in xcode has a link to download the free iphone sdk?

    Anyways I downloaded the file named iphone sdk for os 2.1 and just loaded that and it loaded xcode and everything else. I downloaded it straight from the apple iphone developers website also. That is why this is so confusing and it doesn't seem like anyone has run into this problem before. I've searched everywhere!!!
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  • thedudeapthedudeap Posts: 68Registered Users
    edited November 2008
    I've also reloaded the iphone sdk twice
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  • ForswornForsworn Posts: 504New Users
    edited November 2008
    I really don't know the reason for this...
    Maybe reinstalling Xcode helps... crazy
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  • thedudeapthedudeap Posts: 68Registered Users
    edited November 2008
    Maybe it's how I'm reinstalling it?

    I previously had the very original Iphone SDK and I'm guessing that just didn't have this category.

    I just deleted the developer folder in my hard drive and then loaded the new SDK. Maybe the computer is saving how the templates come to be from the old version?

    When I'm in Xcode and I go to About though it says I'm using 3.1.1
    ...... Very Weird and very discouraging for a new programmer...
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  • Karl KraftKarl Kraft Posts: 76Registered Users
    edited November 2008
    thedudeap wrote: »
    When I go to Xcode and start a new project there are no iphone project templates where the new project templates are.

    What kind of Mac are you using? You need an Intel Mac to be able to develop for the iPhone. If you are using a PowerPC Mac such as a G4 or G5, then the xcode templates for iPhone will not show because they are not installed.
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  • thedudeapthedudeap Posts: 68Registered Users
    edited November 2008
    Thank you very much. This solves my problem.
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  • emilioupamposemilioupampos Posts: 1New Users
    edited May 2009
    Forsworn wrote: »
    Did you install the SDK?

    hello there. i've got the same problem and i have reinstalled the sdk many times and still the same. i'm using a macbook pro with mac os x 10.5.6. please advise i really want to use this program.
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  • thedudeapthedudeap Posts: 68Registered Users
    edited May 2009
    It ended up being that my mac wasn't an intel based mac. It also could probably be that you're running Tiger and not Leopard.
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