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- [CMake] Re: Mac OS X Framework support
- A Visual Guide to Creating an Embeddable Framework for Mac OSX
Are there any framework-savvy methods to solve this, or I have to use the plain old -I flag?
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I can imagine a multitude of other clever mechanisms auto setting M4, helper scripts. Effective is good enough for me. Hard to say; this particular case could be fixed by providing our own m4 we'll probably need to in the future anyway, I don't understand why Apple still ships it, and it's getting pretty old. If there are enough similar issues, I could see some utility in another bottle attribute, something along the lines of requires :clt. That works perfectly on my 'command line tool free' Skip to content. This repository has been archived by the owner. It is now read-only.
Dismiss Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 40 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Sign up. Copy link Quote reply. I am using Xcode 5. I do not have the command line tools installed. I find that I need to add the following to a formula to allow a locally installed framework to be found: ENV.
This comment has been minimized. Sign in to view. What specific frameworks do you need to link against? I don't think We will begin with an empty workspace.
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Create an empty Xcode workspace and place it in a directory of your choice. And this is the workspace itself. It has nothing. No project, no scheme, no files, nothing. When we select Project , we will be greeted with this screen. The window in the background is not our workspace but we will get there in a moment. In the next screen fill in the details for the app and continue to the screen where we choose the directory for our project. Instead of creating the project in another directory, just open Add to drop-down menu and select our workspace.
As a side note, for the workspace to show up in this menu, it must be already open.
Multi Project Setups
Just click Create and you will see the project being closed but instead is opened in the workspace. If we take a look at what we have right now, we have a workspace which has a project which has a target for the iOS app, a target for unit tests, and another target for UI tests.
As we created the project in the workspace, the scheme for the app is also added as an option. This looks exactly as if we created a project and opened it. We will follow the same steps as we added the app project, but this time we will add a framework instead. On project creating step, make sure to select our workspace in both Add to and Group drop-down menus. This will place the directories for both the app and the framework side by side in the root directory. After clicking Create now we have this.
Now this looks like a workspace. So far so good! Notice how each component is declared public.
[CMake] Re: Mac OS X Framework support
Since this class will be available in AwesomeAPI framework, we need to declare every component that we want to access from the app target public. Onto the app side. First we need to link the framework to the app target. From there, select AwesomeAPI.
- [CMake] Linking against OS X Frameworks.
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Notice the framework added to the project group in Project navigator. Before Xcode 9. Now, Xcode 9. You can try creating a New Group without Folder and moving the framework to it.
A Visual Guide to Creating an Embeddable Framework for Mac OSX
Another way is the old-fashioned-way I mentioned above. First, right-click and remove the framework from the app group. Second, just create a group without a folder preferably with the name Vendor inside the app project group and drag-and-drop the AwesomeAPI project in it. Make sure to have the Copy items if needed unchecked.
Pay attention to the list above, we have two listing of the same framework.
Make sure to choose the one within the app project group. Xcode In the above screenshot, notice that Vendor group is empty, meaning that nested project is removed. After having a proper reference, the rest basically the same. All is well! Open the template ViewController class and modify it as follows:.