Project Builder was an integrated development environment (IDE) originally developed by NeXT for the NeXTSTEP operating system. It was rewritten and informally dubbed PBX while distributed by Apple Computer for software development on Mac OS X computer systems prior to Mac OS X v10.3. It was superseded by Xcode, as of Mac OS X 10.3 Panther.
GNUstep's ProjectCenter IDE is a rough workalike of the original NextStep design; additional functionality is provided by ProjectManager, a 3rd-party GNUstep IDE meant for greater usability.
- NeXTSTEP Programming, Step One: Object-Oriented Applications", by Simson Garfinkel and Michael Mahoney
- Getting started PB -> PBX, By Paul R. Summermatter, Mar 25 2001, Cocoabuilder[dead link] Archived
- Professional Swift By Michael Dippery, Page 36, Xcode is based on Project Builder, an IDE you use to write programs for the NeXTSTEP operating system, the forerunner of Mac OS X
- Page 5, A free copy of Project Builder was bundled with every copy of OS X., Xcode 4, by Richard Wentk
- OS X's ten most innovative features, By Macworld Staff, Editors, Sep 13, 2010, Macworld, ...Included in the package was an IDE—Project Builder—that was a tweaked version of the IDE that came with NeXT, the OS whose acquisition laid much of the foundation for OS X. In 2003, Project Builder became the now familiar Xcode...
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