Am 29.05.2006 um 20:10 schrieb Richard Koch:
> I'm trying to troubleshoot without knowing what I'm doing. In the
> TeXShop XCode panel, I find a folder named 3rd Party. It lists
> OgreKit.xcodeproj and TeX.xcodeproj.
Exactly. I added these two projects as "subprojects".
> Under TeX.xcodeproj
> there is a TeX.mdimporter. Under OgreKit.xcodeproj there
> is an OgreKit.framework listed in black, and then in read are
> OgreKit.framework, OgreTest.app, OgreFindPanelTest.app,
> MyFindPanelExample.app, and ReplaceWithAttributesTest.app.
Yup. Those are all "Products" these two subprojects can create. One
can drag them from there into the various build phases (which is what
I did, if you look at the two final "Copy Files" phases, as well as
the "Link Binary With Libraries" phase).
> I don't understand why there are two OgreKit.frameworks, one in
> red and one not.
There are two because the OgreKit project allows building two
variants of OgreKit: One with all features, and one without the Find
> The black OgreKit.framework (and the other
> red items) have nothing in them, i.e., turning the error down
> reveals no further contents.
Yup, that's normal -- not sure why they are showing those arrows
there at all, in fact.
Am 29.05.2006 um 21:56 schrieb Richard Koch:
> Completely cleaning the system, removing build directories from the
> 3rd party applications
> and TeXShop, and then building in debug mode runs into an error in
> a copy stage
> at the end. This copy stage copies
> to somewhere, but says that this file doesn't exist. Of course it
> doesn't exist, since Release hasn't been
Well, in theory at least, the "TeXShop" target has a dependency on
the OgreKit/mdimporter projects/targets. You can see that if you go
to the TeXShop project, look at the "TeXShop" target, it should show
"TeX" and "OgreKit (Full Features)" as dependencies: