Back in the days of Mac OS X 10.2-10.4, I toyed with backporting some of my programming projects, originally developed in Carbon with Project Builder, to MacOS 9, and downloaded MPW (since it was free, and CodeWarrior was not) to do so. The Macintosh Programmerâ??s Workshop was Appleâ??s own development environment for developing Mac apps, tracing its lineage from the Lisa Programmerâ??s Workshop, which was originally the only way to develop Mac apps (yes, in 1984 you could not develop Mac software on the Mac itself).
A follow-up from last week’s MPW story.