[sword-devel] Cocoa SWORD?

Manfred Bergmann bergmannmd at yahoo.de
Tue Dec 18 00:47:06 MST 2007

Hi Jon.

If you consider adding the library into the application bundle, you  
should remember to link statically.
Also if you build on Leopard you might break Tiger compatibility.

In /Developer/SDKs/... are SDK folders, if you didn't install Panther  
you have MacOSX10.4u.sdk and MacOSX10.5.sdk.
I'm normally doing cross-compilation to MacOSX10.xx.sdk to have the  
compatibility I want.

However, if your App only needs to run under Leopard you don't use the  
SDKs cross-compilation but still might want to link statically.


Am 17.12.2007 um 20:11 schrieb Jon Brisbin:

> 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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