Thanks for your answer.
Let my explain it in more detail. I'm using XCode4 with a workspace that contains both projects, the configuration is as follow:
Add B as dependency of A through the "Build Phases" -> "Link Binary With Libraries"
Set up the workspace to build all the projects in the same location (in the menu File->Workspace Settings->Advanced set the "Build Location" to "Location specified by Xcode Preferences", and in the Xcode Preferences->Locations->Advanced set the "BuildLocation" to "Derived Data Location (Recommended)" and check the option "Shared subfolder" with the value "Build")
Now, when I make a change in the B project and run A, Xcode compile B and generate the .a file as expected but it never link the A project again. It's keep using the previous version until I make a clean of the A project.
I check the command that Xcode perform to build and link A and It's seams ok, it make reference to the last version of B and I haven't any other version of this file in my machine.
I appreciate your help.
On Oct 31, 2011, at 2:17 PM, Jens Alfke wrote:
> On Oct 31, 2011, at 5:50 AM, Bruno Berisso wrote:
> 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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