[sword-devel] bindings/objc build broken
niccarter at mac.com
Wed Jan 23 18:31:29 MST 2013
Looks like the pre-Lion project hadn't been updated in a long time and so didn't have any newly required headers added to it (which you can see from the build log you pasted in a previous email).
You could also look at the PocketSword source to get another idea of how to go about compiling things?
As for your experience upgrading from Snow Leopard to Mountain Lion, I'm guessing all is working well for you now?
XWindows is also now directly maintained by the developers, rather than having Apple as the middle-man (same as Java). If you're lucky, you won't need to ever use Java. XWindows, however, is much more useful to have around. :D
Oh, one last thing: once you've installed Xcode you'll need to install the command-line tools, which you do via the Xcode Preferences (under the Downloads tab).
Hope that helps? :)
PS: oh, I'm on Mountain Lion, and so I know all the PocketSword stuff compiles on it. But PocketSword is only for iOS, so it's up to you if you're wanting to play around with that? :)
On 24/01/2013, at 8:20 AM, Manfred Bergmann <manfred.bergmann at me.com> wrote:
> Am 23.01.2013 um 21:54 schrieb "Barnes, Jeffrey" <jbarnesweb at gmail.com>:
>> On Jan 23, 2013, at 2:21:09PM, Manfred Bergmann <manfred.bergmann at me.com> wrote:
>>> OK. Can you upgrade to Lion at least?
>>> That would probably be the easiest because the this Xcode project is maintained.
>> Last night, while we were asleep, my wife poked me in the eye when she rolled over. I upgraded to Mountain Lion today. I must say, the poke in the eye was less painful. It only lasted a few minutes.
>> Gcc? gone
>> Java? gone
>> XCode? gone
>> Subversion client? gone
>> Well, you get the idea. But now, I've got the new Xcode and I'm building ObjCSword. So far it's been about 15 minutes… (Not counting the 2 hour download / install / fix of Mountain Lion)
>> More to follow.
> Well, you know how Apple is. Much changes, especially over on two major versions.
> Many things have their advantages. Installing Xcode over App Store is pretty much painless (except the download). You get gcc, subversion, git and many other goodies once you've installed it.
> The OS X Java port is now maintained by Oracle which IMO is a good thing as well.
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