Unless you have been living under a rock the last two days, you know that Apple has released it's iPhone SDK into the wild in beta format. What isn't as obvious is that this SDK is actually an update to XCode bringing it up to version 3.1. The update allows XCode to support multiple platforms and SDKs. For example, the iPhone is running an ARM processor with a highly modified version of the Mac OS X kernel. By changing the SDK, the compiler, tools, libraries, and headers are changed. My thought is to use this feature for AVR development.
This only makes sense if two things line up. First, I can get this to work (I have been playing with XCode 3.1 for about an hour now). Second, there are people interested in using XCode as an AVR IDE.
Questions, complaints, comments and discussion are more than welcome. Voting will make it easier to figure out if this is worth the time it will take to decipher.