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Include repackaged headers in static framework #656

odrobnik opened this Issue Oct 16, 2013 · 1 comment

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There are a few headers from DTFoundation referenced in the static framework which are not repackaged and cause some compiling issues for those stubborn people who want to use the static framework.

e.g. DTHTMLParser.h, DTWeakSupport.h etc.

We'll have to either repackage them, remove the static framework target or split out the stuff that's in DTFoundation.


The following headers from DTFoundation are now repackaged in the two frameworks:

  • DTBase64Coding.h
  • DTHTMLParser.h
  • DTLog.h
  • DTWeakSupport.h
  • NSString+DTUtilities.h

Are these all?

@odrobnik odrobnik was assigned Nov 15, 2013
@odrobnik odrobnik closed this Nov 15, 2013
@KraigWastlund KraigWastlund added a commit to jjamminjim/DTCoreText that referenced this issue Feb 7, 2014
@KraigWastlund KraigWastlund Merge branch 'master' of
# By Oliver Drobnik (331) and others
# Via Oliver Drobnik (104) and others
* 'master' of (402 commits)
  C++ header import suport
  Changed DTAttributedTextContentView to discard invalid CGContexts.
  fixed missing doc for param
  Updated podspec with different path for prepare_command
  removed individual change log links from readme
  Updated to DTFoundation 1.6.1
  should not have been part of this PR
  missing from the last commit
  added support for border-color,border-radius, border-width
  Perform unit tests on 6.1 sim
  Added syntax highlighting for code snippets in Programming Guide
  Added docs about working with remote images, added a link to Programming Guide in Readme
  also build with 64-bit macros for 64-bit simulator
  Added 1.6.9 link to readme
  Updated podspec
  Fixed warnings resulting from dual building for arm64 and 32-bit #649
  Implemented option to ignore inline styles closes #649
  Added unit tests for #649
  further header to be repackaged for #656
  Added some repackaged headers from DTFoundation to frameworks

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