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The Apple Developer Tools are a suite of software tools from Apple to aid in making software titles for the Mac OS X and iOS platforms. The developer tools were formerly included on OS X install media, but are now exclusively distributed over the Internet. As of OS X 10.7, Xcode is available as a free download from the Mac App Store.
A graphical interface for Sun’s Java Plug-in, which aids developers by demonstrating how Java applets perform on Mac OS X. Provides tools to adjust the performance & behavior applets in development
Audio Unit Lab
A graphic presentation of audio units helping software developers to examine their results. AU Lab can be used to test audio units, conduct live mixing, and playback of audio content. Audio units are controlled visually with the audio unit’s graphic interface
Computer Hardware Understanding Development Tools
A set of software tools, collectively Computer Hardware Understanding Development Tools (CHUD Tools) measure software performance on Mac OS X, to aid in optimizing. Also provides hardware system benchmarks
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Core Image Fun House
Used in testing Core Image units, which function similar to Adobe Photoshop filters. Each has a specific action, with parameters customize the action. Showcases Core Image, a technology introduced in Mac OS X v10.4, supported by newer graphic hardware.
A developer utility for setting report parameters for Apple's Crash Reporter application.
Basic: Shows a dialog asking the user what to do.
Developer: Provides additional debug info and automatically shows the mail to Apple window.
Server: Runs silent, but keeps all the logs.
None: Disables the dialog prompt. Crash reports are neither displayed nor logged.
A staple of OS X's developer tools since the days of NeXTSTEP, FileMerge graphically compares two versions of a file. True to its name, FileMerge allows the user to easily merge the two versions into one file. The utility is often used to track changes to source code.
OS X's opendiff command provides the ability to launch FileMerge from the command line. The -ancestor parameter can be used for three-way merging.
Creates an index file for the Mac OS X built-in Help Viewer.
Views the resources for an .icns file, displaying the Mini, Small, Large, Huge, Thumbnail & Tile sizes in all color depths and masks.
Icon Composer is an icon editor that does not have any editing features other than composing Apple Icon Image files and Windows ICO files. External editors must do all the image manipulation, then the results may be imported into the converter to create the finished icon.