A utility shell script to help build libraries for iPhone devices.
`configure-iphone` is a utility shell script to help build libraries for iPhone devices. Description ----------- Assuming the autoconf build system, it runs `configure` with default settings for building the library using a specific iPhone OS version's gcc and frameworks, cross-compiling to ARM if necessary. You must pass an iPhone OS version to use, such as "3.1.2" or "3.2". It only runs `configure`, not `make` or `make install`, which you must run yourself. If you use this script, `make install` will install the software under "/usr/local/iphone", unless overridden with the "-d" argument. The software will be installed in a subdirectory named "iPhone[type][version]", where "type" is either "Simulator" or "OS" and version is the OS version. This directory will reflect the standard layout, containing a "lib", "include", "bin", and other directories. When building your iPhone project, you should add the appropriate folder for header and lib paths, such as "/usr/local/iphone/iPhoneSimulator3.1.2/include" for headers. Usage ----- Usage: configure-iphone <version> [-d <dir>] [-t <target-type>] -- [configure-args ...] `version` -- iPhone software version (3.1.2, 3.2, etc.) `dir` -- prefix for iphone software directory (default /usr/local/iphone) `host` -- target host, must be "simulator" or "os" (defaults to "simulator")