> I've uploaded the first CamelBones 0.3 build to my site -
> <http://www.dot-app.org> ;-)
Sherm, we love you !
> Yep, it's here - the long-awaited CamelBones 0.3.
> Not quite ready for prime time, but it builds cleanly (no warnings).
> I've only built the framework on 10.1 - you need to build the included
> libffi first. GCC 3 includes libffi built-in, so you shouldn't need to
> build it yourself if you're using 10.2 or newer; I haven't been able
> to test anything but 10.1, however, so you'll probably need to change
> some build settings.
I tried to build it on my 10.2.6 with standard perl and failed
I dont have a great deal of experience with non-Perl, non-Java, so all
this UNIX library thing is a little confusing for me.
a) Can anyone with 10.2.6 confirm that libffi is really built-in now?
And how to use it?
b) I built libffi myself. I put it in the default location
(/usr/local/lib) but I still get linking errors.
c) CamelBones builds, but with a lot of warnings. I can post them here,
if someone wants to have a look.
d) When running PerlPad with the new framework, it failed because
dyld: /Applications/PerlPad.app/Contents/MacOS/PerlPad can't open
(No such file or directory, errno = 2)
That could be caused by libffi, but why does it say /Users/sherm ?
I searched the source, there is no mention of Sherm.
e) When trying to recompile PerlPad, it complained about libffi not
In short, can someone post a binary build of 0.3pre1 ?
I know that it is for advanced users only right now, and I probably
just disqualified myself, but I cannot wait to see the new features.