From: Chad Brantly <cbrantly@da...> - 2006-02-08 07:42:56
I have downloaded the .Mac SDK and would like to link to it in my PyObjC
application. The instructions for how to link the .Mac SDK to your
application don't seem to fit with my PyObjC project. The instructions
from Apple for using the .Mac SDK are:
> After downloading the DotMac Kit, follow these steps to embed the
> DotMac Kit into your application:
> 1) Add the DotMacKit.framework bundle to your Xcode project. In
> Xcode, choose Project > Add to Project and navigate to the directory
> where you downloaded the DotMacKit.framework. Then drag the
> DotMacKit.framework to the "Frameworks > Linked Frameworks" folder in
> Xcode's "Groups & Files" browser.
> 2) Create a Copy Files build phase to ensure that the DotMac Kit
> framework will be copied your application's private Frameworks
> directory. To do that, select your application target and choose
> Project > New Build Phase > New Copy Files Build Phase. Then, in the
> Inspector window for the new build phase, choose "Frameworks" in the
> Destination pop-up menu.
> 3) Finally, drag the DotMacKit.framework listing in the "Linked
> Frameworks" folder to the Copy Files build phase you just created for
> your application target.
The problems I am having are that:
1) I don't have a "Frameworks" group in my Groups and Files browser
2) I created a Frameworks group myself, but I could not add a New Copy
Files Build Phase to my target.
What am I missing? Thanks for your help.