From: Brian Barnes <ggadwa@ch...> - 2012-03-06 23:08:44
Patrick Dehne wrote:
> Am 02.03.2012 um 09:13 schrieb Thomas Orgis:
>> Am Thu, 1 Mar 2012 19:59:33 -0500
>> schrieb Brian Barnes <ggadwa@...>:
>>> I've got Xcode and Xcode-iOS projects that you can just unzip and dump into the "ports" folder
>> Well, I'm not opposed to including those. Could one of our Mac/IPad-fondling developers (I know they are there because chatter on mpg123 IRC is all about tablets and smartphones;-) give those a spin and include them? If not, I'll have to include them as-is.
>> In any case: Can you just post them to this list?
> I must have missed that. Xcode projects would be very useful. Feel free to send the files to me. I can give them a test run.
(Sorry for the late reply, I'm on digest).
Here's the files:
Unzipping this will give you two folders: Xcode and Xcode-iOS. Both folders (obviously) go into the ports directory.
Note that the Xcode-iOS project compiles with GENERIC optimization. Due to clang/LLVM and/or something else, ARM optimizations cause it to create static. This isn't the biggest deal as the generic optimization seems more than fast enough on your regular iPhone/iPad systems.
I think the source code was the code before this newest version. If no files have changed, it should still work.
Anything I need to fix or update, just get a hold of me!
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