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RE: [XaraXtreme-dev] Xcode project query

Technically, I'm on holiday this week but one of the things I had
planned to work on was the Xcode project. I'm aiming to get to the state
where my MacBook is my main dev machine for LX - if possible.

I should get back to it today after I've tidied up some stuff I've been
doing in Xtreme on Windows.


-----Original Message-----
From: owner-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On
Behalf Of Ben Fowler
Sent: 20 April 2006 10:13
To: dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [XaraXtreme-dev] Xcode project query

On 15/04/06, Christopher Jerome <christopher_jerome@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi, Ben.

You had best satisfy yourself that Phil Martin is reading your comments
as it is he and not I who is developing this XCode Project file.

So far as I can tell, the next hurdle is that the this file does not
incorporate all the files needed for Xara LX, and I am guessing that
this is where current efforts are being made, but I doubt that we need
to hear about this until it is ready.

> I will look more at the Xcode project that has been contributed, and 
> get back to this list on that. As I do know quite a lot about Xcode, 
> and MacOS X in general, I do also know about the trolltech Qt and 
> tools, and of course WxWidgets.

I am not sure that this file has been 'contributed', perhaps only thrown
into the mix as it were, to provide ocular proof
of a problem in locating which GUI had the setting for certain rather
important linker options.


> On 10/04/2006, at 11:38 PM, Alex Bligh wrote:
> Ben Fowler wrote:
> > You should be able to write a short perl or even shell script to 
> > give you the files (or most of them) that define the symbols that ld

> > is asking for.
> If you want a list of .cpp and .h files in the project, Scripts/all.sh

> should give you that. Beware, it will also give you cpp files that 
> aren't currently compiled. If you only want the ones currently 
> compiled, best extract them from the various Makefile.am etc.
> Or alternatively, move the build system over to bakefile etc. which 
> allegedly generates XCode projects as well as Unix stuff and MSVC 
> project files (ducks and runs).