Installed Firefox and its Google toolbar – OK
Configured the trackpad to respond to taps.
Mac wants to update 13 items, including the OS, to 10.5.8 – OK
Use the Mac Migration Assistant to copy over the user account and files from the old Mac – OK
Install iPhone SDK 3.0 for Leopard – download 30 min, install 10 min – OK, builds an iPhone project and runs it in Simulator
Try to run the iPhone project on the device – fails because the device is at 3.0.1 – must add a symlink as explained in iPhone OS 3.0.1 Advisory :
ln -s /Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/DeviceSupport/3.0\ \(7A341\) /Developer/Platforms/iPhoneOS.platform/DeviceSupport/3.0.1
Now the device is recognized by the Xcode Organizer, and the run on device succeeds – OK
Next, install OpenTerminalHere and add it to the Finder toolbar – opens the terminal in Finder’s current directory – OK
Install git from git-1.6.4-intel-leopard.dmg – OK
Open terminal in one of migrated iPhone project directories and try
$ git status
Install gitx – the git GUI for Mac OS X – from gitx v. 0.6.3 – OK
“After you have started it once, you can install the command-line tool through the menu (GitX->Enable Terminal Usage…). This will install a “gitx” binary in /usr/local/bin.”
It did. Now I can invoke gitx from terminal in a project directory – OK.
Is ProjectLocker responding to git ?
Try, in a project directory that was not up-to-date with the PL repository :
$ git push origin master
OK, the update worked.
Install clang from Clang Static Analyzer 0.2.1.5 : it unarchives into the directory checker-0.215.
Move this directory into /Applications/Utilities and make symlinks :
$ ln -s /Applications/Utilities/checker-0.215 /Applications/Utilities/checker
$ ln -s /Applications/Utilities/checker/scan-build /usr/local/bin/scan-build
$ ln -s /Applications/Utilities/checker/scan-build /usr/local/bin/scan-view
OK, responds with the help message.