This gives you the ability to view/accept licensing agreements. Press Entry to view it and press the room until you get off. You can then “accept” to approve licensing agreements. This will get rid of this message and you can reuse git. sudo xcodebuild -license displays the text of Xcode`s license. You should consult a lawyer and/or open the communication with Apple`s lawyers to determine whether the license actually prohibits what you want to do (as lay people seem to have eyes) and whether an exception can be negotiated. There are contact links on this page: www.apple.com/legal/contact/ In conclusion, I would like to ask the question I have now: What software license contract would have covered the Mac OS X SDK 10.5 found in (perhaps) XCode 3.1? If it`s more permissive than the current version, it can be all LilyPond needs. The next major version, Xcode 1.5, had a better understanding of the code and an improved debug. On June 8, 2015, the Apple Worldwide Developers Xcode version 7 conference was announced. It introduced support for Swift 2 and Metal for OS X and added support for availability on iOS devices without Apple Developer Account.
 Xcode 7 was released on September 16, 2015. On June 13, 2016, the Apple Worldwide Developers Xcode Version 8 conference was announced; a beta was released on the same day. She introduced a support for Swift 3.  Xcode 8 was released on September 13, 2016. On June 4, 2018, the Apple Worldwide Developers Xcode version 10 conference was announced; a beta was released on the same day. Xcode 10 has introduced support for the announced Dark Mode for macOS Mojave, the Bitbucket and GitLab collaboration platforms (in addition to github already supported), the training of machine learning models in playgrounds and the new features of Swift 4.2 and Metal 2.1, as well as improvements to the publisher and project construction system.  Xcode 10 has also set support for creating 32-bit MacOS applications and no longer supports Subversion integration.  You must agree on its terms at the end, or you can simply execute the command below. The final version of Xcode for Mac OS X v10.4 was 2.5. A requirement to limit the use of Xcode files to Apple branded hardware is not a new development. You can check Wayback Machine for Xcode licenses until 2011, which have the same wording.
You can also download old copies of Xcode and check their licenses. That`s what I did out of curiosity. Unfortunately, the first version of Xcode (2.4), which supports the 64-bit code, also has the Apple brand limitation. I also checked the Xcode 2.2.1 and 2.3 versions that contain the SDK 10.4. These also have Apple brand restriction. A standalone 10.4 SDK installation program is available for download, which does not contain this restriction. I hope it`s the SDK you`ve been using all the time. .
Xcode 4.1 was made available free of charge to all Mac OS X Lion users on the Mac App Store on July 20, 2011 (the day Mac OS X Lion was released).