1. Download and install the latest version of VMWare Workstation 9 for Windows.
2. Unlock VMWare Workstation so it is able to run a MAC OS X image, follow the steps on http://www.souldevteam.net
2. Download the latest version of Mac OS X from the Apple store.
3. Convert the InstallESD.dmg found on the Mac OS X DVD "SharedSupport\InstallESD.dmg" to an *.iso by using Magic ISO (http://www.magiciso.com/FAQ/FAQ0011.htm)
4. Create VMWare virtual machine based on the created ISO.
Before boot make sure you’ve checked the "Virtualize Intel VT-x/EPT or AMD-V/RVI" option under Hardware > Processors
5. Download and install the VMWare Tools for Mac OS X from http://www.souldevteam.net in the virtual machine.
6. Enable file sharing with the host.
7. Download an install XCode from the Apple store inside the virtual machine.
Creating the virtual machine
Installing Mac OS X in the VMWare Virtual Machine
Reboot the machine and install vmware tools (darwin.iso), this will install the correct video driver and will allow you to automatically fit the guest to the correct resolution, depending on the size of the VMWare workstation window.
See image below:
Enable file shareing (System Preferences > Sharing)
And this is a dev image so:
Now you can access files from you MAC OS X virtual machine on the windows host:
Transferring 1,5 gb xcode from host to client (usb 3.0)
Enable developer modus
Change to keyboard layout
Change caps lock to apple key
If you want to use PhoneGap, follow the steps on http://docs.phonegap.com/en/2.2.0/guide_getting-started_ios_index.md.html#Getting%20Started%20with%20iOS:
First install XCode commandline tools:
Creating PhoneGap project for XCode:
Enable remote debugging
Add [NSClassFromString(@"WebView") performSelector:@selector(_enableRemoteInspector)]; to the function didFinishLaunchingWithOptions.
Run the app in the simulator.
Open Safari on the Mac > Develop > iPad Simulator > Index.html
Last but not least, make a backup of this dev image and store it on a separate external drive.