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#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>
#import <UIKit/UIKit.h>
#import "DTCoreText.h"
-#endif
-
-
-// Allows variations to cater for different behavior on iOS than OSX to have similar visual output
-#define ALLOW_IPHONE_SPECIAL_CASES 1
-
-/* Known Differences:
- - OSX has an entire attributes block for an UL block
- - OSX does not add extra space after UL block
- */
+#endif
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12 Readme.markdown
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Usage
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+DTRichText needs a minimum iOS deployment target of 4.3 because of:
+
+- NSCache
+- GCD-based threading and locking
+- Blocks
+
These are your options for adding DTCoreText to your project.
-1. Copy all classes and headers from the Core folder to your project.
-2. Link your project against the libDTCoreText static library. Note that the "Static Library" target does not produce a universal library. You will also need to add all header files contained in the Core folder to your project.
+1. Copy all classes and headers from the Core/Source folder to your project.
+2. Link your project against the libDTCoreText static library. Note that the "Static Library" target does not produce a universal library. You will also need to add all header files contained in the Core/Source folder to your project.
3. Link your project against the universal static library produced from the "Static Framework".
When linking you need to add the -ObjC and -all_load to your app target's "Other Linker Flags".
+When building from source it is recommended that you at the ALLOW_IPHONE_SPECIAL_CASES define to your PCH, this setting is "baked into" the library and framework targets.
+
Known Issues
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