On Oct 31, 2011, at 5:50 AM, Bruno Berisso wrote:
> I can complete the first requirement, but the second one is driven mi creasy. When I change some code in "B" and execute "A" Xcode compile the project "B" but don't relink to "A" with the last version of "B". Instead keep using the previous version of the library. So every time I change "B" I must clean the entry project to force Xcode to relink to the last version of "B".
This should work, so something’s clearly wrong with the way the project/workspace is set up, but without details it’s hard to give advice.
- What version of Xcode?
- Are the two projects in a common workspace (Xcode4), or have you added the B project to the A project to set up a dependency?
- Are you sure that the B library that A links is the exact same build product created by the B project?
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