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No More CodeWarrior For Mac
9:58 AM | Anthony Wang | Comment on this story

In an e-mail recently posted on the Carbon Developer's mailing list, Metrowerks has decided to drop out of the Macintosh market after the upcoming release of CodeWarrior 10. The most obvious reason is because of Apple's switch to Intel. based processors, another market Metrowerks left. Codewarrior is a popular developer software, used to compile code in games and other applications.

From the e-mail:

For those of you who prefer closure and official statements, according to what I read, Metrowerks has announced the following today at AdHoc:

- CW Pro 10 will be released in the fall.

- It will probably be download only, at a low price.

- It will be the last release of CW.

- It will not, obviously, compile for Intel.

- E-mail support will only be available through the end of the year.

- MWRon will cease providing online support on Aug. 1.

- There will be another patch for CW 9.

There were other details and minor announcements, but they kind of dwarf in
significance after these IMO.

To learn more information, follow the links below.

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Metrowerks
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