If you create an .xcodeproj that builds what you want, you can always drive it using the xcodebuild command line tool.
On Jul 25, 2011, at 2:38 PM, Werner Randelshofer wrote:
> Hi David,
> Yes, I am aware of the versioning issues.
> That's why I wanted to use a path with symlinks.
> I don't know how to integrate Xcode into my Ant build scripts, so I just invoke cc by myself.
> On 25.07.2011, at 22:48, David DeHaven wrote:
>> The issue is that gcc and ld do not recurse into subdirectories or include frameworks that are under an umbrella framework (as in this case). So even though JavaVM is in the default framework path, to use JRS you must specify a framework path to find it in. Using XCode will prevent versioning issues as it's framework path will be updated when the SDK path changes.
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