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At 10:15 -0700 7/20/04, Ron Ballesteros wrote:not quite. I believe you can use install_name_tool to change the Install path.I'm currently trying include a Framework that my app uses in the application bundle. The framework that I am using is MulleCipher from http://www.mulle-kybernetik.com/software/MulleCipher/
One thing that I wasn't able to reproduce was to create another build style of "INSTALL_PATH" and setting that to @executable_path/../Frameworks. Everytime I created one and entered "INSTALL_PATH", it wouldn't take the name.
It just left it blank.
From what you say, I think you did not do what follows, so just in case here is a potential solution:
I believe you have to recompile the framework itself with @executable_path/../Frameworks, as explained here:
(good thing you have the source code, otherwise you are stuck)
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