[sword-devel] Cocoa SWORD?

DJ Ortley djortley at gmail.com
Mon Dec 17 12:26:24 MST 2007

I don't really know a lot about many things yet, but if you downloaded
the source (I still have problems going straight from svn) you can do
a ./configure --prefix=/somepath before the make, then a make/make
install will put it elsewhere.  BTW, this is where you can enable
--enable-debug as well if you want to use gdb for anything.

I understand about not wanting to mess up Mac's internals.


On Dec 17, 2007 12:11 PM, Jon Brisbin <jon at jbrisbin.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to learn to write Cocoa/Python apps on my new OS X Leopard
> MacBook Pro. I'm traditionally a Java and Web programmer, so I'm not
> really in my element here.
> I've downloaded and compiled the sword API, but I haven't installed it
> because I think I want to include the .dylib in my project directly,
> rather than installing it in my /usr/local, right? Doing a "make
> install" on it would break portability, if I'm understanding it right.
> I think my first task is to get the SWORD API built into a Mac OS X
> framework. Has anyone done this already? Or do you just link against a
> command-line-compiled version of the .dylib?
> First of many questions, I'm sure...
> Thanks!
> Jon Brisbin
> http://jbrisbin.com
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