Apple seeds Xcode Tools 2.2 DP1
Apple's at work for the developers. After releasing Xcode 2.1 at WWDC (which included the ability to create Universal Binaries for the first time), Apple's now starting development on Xcode 2.2.
News for developers: The CodeWarrior importer sees improvements. - This is important, of course, since Apple wants as many devs who're currently using CodeWarrior to move to Xcode for the creation of Universal Binaries. Also, there are smaller improvements and bug fixes.
What we're seeing is that Apple wants to make sure that when the first Mac - speculation's still that it will be a Mac mini - using an intel chip appears on the market, the software will be ready. Since WWDC, quite a few big name developers have said they're already hard at work to make their software Universal Binary ready.
The Xcode 2.2 DP1 runs on Tiger - on PowerPC as well as intel machines (the Developer Transition machines).