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Basic macgap settings failed #32

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BeMoreDifferent opened this Issue · 6 comments

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@BeMoreDifferent

Hi.
I have some error in the new macgap- Version: http://bemoredifferent.com/macgap_failed.png
the old version worked but since i update to the newest macgap- version there this bug.
Hope anybody can explain how to fix it.

Daniel

@maccman
Owner

What version of OSX/XCode are you using? You on Lion?

@BeMoreDifferent

I am unsing Max OS X 10.7.3 (Lion) and Xcode 4.2.1.
Do you have any idea whats going wrong?

@maccman
Owner

Nope - that's a weird one. Are you linking the frameworks properly?

@BeMoreDifferent

I have no idea of how i should link them? kind of a noob in c- programming...

@liamks

@BeMoreDifferent on the Left side of Xcode there should be a panel listing all the files within MacGap. There should be a folder called Frameworks - Is 'Cocoa.framework' one of the frameworks?

Are you using the ruby gem to create the project? If so try doing a git clone instead:

git clone git@github.com:maccman/macgap.git

to create a new project, and try to run that version.

@mattcabb

I have the same problem. on the left side of xcode i can see cocoa.framework folder but it's empty - no header file inside. i think that project is referring to path like /system/library/frameworks/cocoa.framework BUT since xcode is now a stand-alone app, path is now /applications/xcode.app/contents/developer/platforms/macosx.platform/...
those who didn't use previous versions of Xcode, don't have frameworks at old location...

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