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Re: Two question: re projectcenter & pbxbuild

From: Ivan Vučica
Subject: Re: Two question: re projectcenter & pbxbuild
Date: Mon, 5 Mar 2012 12:34:34 +0100

If you're just starting and are unwilling to debug pbxbuild (and any other conversion tools that may be out there), I'd recommend looking at existing simple projects' GNUmakefiles and writing your own GNUmakefiles. Project Center is a nice tool if you don't want to write them manually, but you do have to fiddle around with Project Center a bit to tame it and get it to work your way.

.pbxproj files (the core files in .xcodeproj bundles) are a bit tricky and if your project is any more complex than a simple application target, you may run into issues with any non-Apple software. Last year I began writing an IDE based around .pbxproj files, Xcode 3's UI, and (at some point) Xcode 3's build spec files, but that's currently on hold. 

On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 04:09, Matthew Weinstein <address@hidden> wrote:
So first questions from muddling. Before importing TAMS, I want to start with a much smaller project. One with 2 files (TAMS involves well over 250 files and frameworks).

So I ran pbxbuild and it generated what looks to my eye like a fine GNUmakefile. But when I run make I get "make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found. Stop."

It also tells me to type "make print-gnustep-make-help" but doing that just results in this error: make *** NO rule to make target 'print-gnustep-make-help'. Stop.

2nd question:

Is there a way to import files into project center? I want to use it to rebuild my project as tactic 2 to get getting it to run on gnustep. But I can open files, but not import them into the project.

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