This article is from the MachTen & CodeBuilder FAQ, by Jaime Julca email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
CodeBuilder is a powerful and unique Macintosh software development tool for
porting existing applications or developing new, advanced applications on
Power Macs and Power Mac clones.
CodeBuilder is a Power Macintosh application that includes a complete suite
of C, C++, Objective-C, Java, Ada, and Fortran development tools.
CodeBuilder can be used in combination with standard Macintosh editors and
compilers to develop Macintosh applications, X applications, and NeXT/UNIX
CodeBuilder gives developers the ability to create an application with a
single source base not only for Power Macs under a native Apple operating
system, but also for Silicon Graphics, SUN, NeXT, or HP environments.
CodeBuilder gives Apple developers the freedom to take advantage of
time-tested UNIX development tools and to explore Objective-C and Ada,
without giving up the features of their favorite Macintosh editors and
compilers. Because CodeBuilder uses standard Macintosh binary formats, you
can use Macintosh debuggers and even combine Macintosh compiler output with
CodeBuilder's UNIX compiler output. CodeBuilder is a new standard in PowerPC