Re: Building a Universal framework in OS X.
Date: Wed, 24 May 2006 13:30:08 -0400
No problem. I got to learn some about makefiles so I don't consider
it lost time.
Check my makefile anyway. Other than adding the extra object files, I
also made sure the Framework was more fully built than the one you
had set (including the headers and a link to them in the framework's
root folder). I guess you'll probably be able to get something out of
both versions and end up with a better makefile altogether for
On May 24, 2006, at 13:18 , Matt Veenstra wrote:
> I did update the Mac OS X Frameworks as a Universal Binary, but
> forgot to
> send the makefile back to the list.
> Your changes are basically the same as mine. I think I had to add
> a few
> files to my build list to get everything to build the latest
> release I had
> not updated them in quite some time.
> Sorry to not have responded sooner, so we did not have to duplicate
> --------- on 5/18/06 5:07 PM, Óscar Morales Vivó at
> wrote -----------
>> I'm trying to build the latest version of libcurl as a Universal
>> framework (Intel & PPC binaries living together in harmony and all
>> that) or failing that as a universal static library, but it doesn't
>> seem like the libcurl.framework.make file has been updated for that
>> nor the regular makefiles. In fact I haven't been able to make the
>> former work on my MacBook Pro.
>> Since I'm not particularly knowledgeable about the finer points of
>> makefiles, getting some help making this work (or even better getting
>> a new makefile itself) should be of great help.
>> Also I should note that the PPC binary ought to be compatible with
>> 10.3 for our application.
>> Thanks in advance for your help.
>> Óscar Morales Vivó
>> AEC Software
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Received on 2006-05-24