Provide a static library for easy use in other xcode projects #34

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dennda commented Jan 28, 2012

Make using this easier by providing a static lib. To use: Drag GMGridView.xcodeproj into your own project (as a subproject), set up the header path, set up the static libary target as target dependency in your own project. Also, link with that static library.

Make using this easier by providing a static lib. To use: Drag GMGrid…
…View.xcodeproj into your own project (as a subproject), set up the header path, set up the static libary target as target dependency in your own project. Also, link with that static library.
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gmoledina commented Jan 28, 2012

Thanks @dennda
But we have added this in the develop branch that will soon be merged in the master.
Can you check it out and see if it works out for you?

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dennda commented Jan 28, 2012

OK, I'm giving it a shot. I don't understand why you split it into two separate projects when two targets would've sufficed, though.

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dennda commented Jan 28, 2012

(Your current approach prevents you from using it as a subproject in another Xcode project while fiddling with the Examples at the same time, as only one running Xcode instance can use the static library project at a time. One will get an error such as this: Couldn't load GMGridView.xcodeproj because it is already opened from another project or workspace)

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gmoledina commented Jan 29, 2012

It's split in two because you don't need the demo code for your own project.
In your App workspace, just use the GMGridView project (not the whole Example workspace).

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dennda commented Jan 29, 2012

Works for me.

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