On Thu, May 12, 2011 at 2:54 PM, Amy Worrall <email@hidden> wrote:
> The suggestion to put them somewhere other than /Library/Frameworks or
> /System/Library/Frameworks is really misguided in my opinion. It works
> great for people who have been using WO for 10 years, or who work on
> multiple versions of WO, or who are employed by Apple. If none of those are
> true for you, then you will save yourself many headaches by just putting
> them in the standard folders.
You mean straight in those folders, rather than in subfolders? Don't
you guys find that it's hard to manage when they're all muddled up
with other frameworks on your computer?
No, if you use the binary frameworks you can just drop the new ones in to update (replace) the frameworks when a newer version is available. If you build from source, then it will install them for you. There's not anything else that has to be done with them.
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