I have recently switched to GCC 4 (under XCode 2.2) and checking
the optimized executable file I have found that the full source
path of all objective-c source files is included in the executable
(there are a few c files and they do not appear).
You may use the strip command (there's a setting in xcode for this),
which suppress all symbols but Objective-C class descriptions (name,
members, methods, inheritance…). These class descriptions must be
there, because they are used by the Objective-C runtime : there's no
way to prevent a potential hacker from seeing them (see the class-
dump tool). Knowing that, I don't think is really useful to hide
Objective-C file names.
This did not happen with GCC 3.3.
Are you sure ? try to run "otool -ov your_executable", I'm almost
sure you will see some .m filenames.
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