The following topic applies to Xcode*.
To create a new Xcode* project:
Launch the Xcode* application.
Select File > New > Project...
The Choose a template for your new project window opens.
In the left pane, select OS X > Application.
Select a template, for example, Command Line Tool , and click Next.
Name your project, for example, Hello World , enter a string for Company Identifier, and select a type.
Uncheck Use Automatic Reference Counting.
Specify a directory for your project, and optionally select Create local git repository for this project to place your project under version control.
Xcode* creates the named project directory, with an .xcodeproj extension. Your new project directory contains a main.cpp source file, as well as other project files.
Each Xcode* project has its own Project Editor window that displays project source files, targets, and executables.