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This is a set of scripts that enable the QuantLib library to be built as a framework for iOS for inclusion in iPhone and iPad applications.
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 Filename:  Quantlib on iOS
 Author:    Philip Barnes
            http://stridingedgetechnologies.blogspot.co.uk/
            http://www.stridingedgetechnologies.co.uk/
 Copyright: (c) Copyright 2012 Philip Barnes
 Licence:   Please feel free to use this, with attribution
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Builds a Quantlib framework for iOS

Creates a set of universal libraries that can be used on iOS devices and in the
iOS simulator. Then creates a framework to make using quantlib in Xcode very
easy.

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How to use
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Download a copy of the Quantlib source code into a directory
Download the buildql.sh script and put it into the Quantlib source directory
Run ./buildql.sh (configuration options are at the start of the script)
Include the Quantlib iOS framework in your xcode project

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Example Xcode project
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The example xcode project is something that was written quickly to show how to
use the QuantLib C++ library in an Objective-C++ class with an Objective-C
interface. It is not production quality, just a demonstration of how to use the
PIMPL idiom.

It expects both the boost and QuantLib iOS frameworks to be located in 
~/frameworks. It has been built using xcode 4.5.1

See http://stridingedgetechnologies.blogspot.co.uk/ for background details.
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