|Sent on:||Sunday, January 6, 2013 11:37 AM|
I'm looking to get the latest version of XCode but I'm on Snow Leopard and I'll have to go straight to Mountain Lion since Lion isn't an option unless I buy an "authentic" (who ever knows if they really are) USB key on eBay. I've heard Mountain has a lot of issues, but I'm wondering if it's gotten better. I use my mac for full-time development (mostly web app development). I use MAMP the most out of all things on my machine. I was wondering if I could just create a Time Machine backup of my Snow Leopard install to go back and restore my machine if I needed to. Apparently people say you'll have to do a full erase and then restore and that'll work. Anyone experience issues upgrading to Mountain Lion? I want to know what I'm getting into before I upgrade. Also if I do the upgrade does it keep everything in place or will I have to scrap things like MAMP and all of my customizations (homebrew and port programs, rvm ruby, custom firefox, etc)?
Your insight is much appreciated. :)
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