seems to hang in a perl-script.
build proceeded fine after i removed the XcodeCapp folder from the Tools.
i am still on snow leopard.
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same issue, same fix.
Xcode -version 3.2
Is this still happening with the latest master?
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yes, still happens with the master from today
this is the last message on the terminal:
=== BUILD NATIVE TARGET XcodeCapp OF PROJECT XcodeCapp WITH CONFIGURATION Release ===
ProcessInfoPlistFile build/Release/XcodeCapp.app/Contents/Info.plist Info.plist
builtin-infoPlistUtility Info.plist -genpkginfo /Users/boehringer/Downloads/cappuccino-master/Tools/XcodeCapp/build/Release/XcodeCapp.app/Contents/PkgInfo -expandbuildsettings -platform macosx -o /Users/boehringer/Downloads/cappuccino-master/Tools/XcodeCapp/build/Release/XcodeCapp.app/Contents/Info.plist
I pulled out my old MacBook that has Snow Leopard on it. It has Xcode 4.2. Pulling down the latest master and running jake all did not produce any errors for me.
i ran jake deploy. i will try jake all next week
I guess I am confused then. jake deploy would be ran in the context of an app dir. There shouldn't be a Tools dir in an app dir.
jake deploy successfully built a debug and release copy of a test nibapp for me on SL. The test app wasn't super complex.
ok, but i see it also with jake all on 10.6.8 on xcode 3.2.6
Antoine, are we supporting Xcode 3.x any more?
i do not need XcodeCapp.
You can remove "XcodeCapp" from the subtasks array in Tools/Jakefile.