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1 parent 8b3b363 commit 9e867dbfc7106378ca8ac313de0f0f3ea3022a9f @probablycorey committed Jan 12, 2011
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  1. +3 −25 framework/README.md
  2. +1 −1 lib/build-scripts/copy-scripts.sh
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28 framework/README.md
@@ -1,27 +1,5 @@
-If you don't want to include the wax source, you can just use Wax.Framework
+To build this framework, you first need to build a 32bit compatible version of Lua. Directions [found here](https://github.com/probablycorey/wax/wiki/Luac)
-How to add Wax to an exisitng project
----
+After the 32bit version is installed and accessible via `/usr/bin/env lua` from **WAX_ROOT/tools/framework** run `rake package`. wax.framework should now be in **WAX_ROOT/framework/wax.framework**
-1. Open your project in xcode and drag Wax.framework into the frameworks folder. Make sure you click the "Copy items into destination group's folder" box.
-2. In the Groups & Files Pane, expand the "Targets" section
-3. Right click on your project and select Add > New Build Phase > New Run Script Build Phase
-4. A weird little window will open up that lets you input a script, add this line...
-
- "$PROJECT_DIR/wax.framework/Resources/copy-scripts.sh"
-
-5. Open up your AppDelegate file and import the wax header file by
- adding this line...
-
- #import "wax/wax.h"
-
-6. In your AppDelegate's *application:didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:*
- method, add this line.
-
- wax_start()
-
- // To add wax with extensions, use this line instead
-
- // wax_startWithExtensions(luaopen_wax_http, luaopen_wax_json, luaopen_wax_xml, luaopen_wax_filesystem, nil);
-
-All done, build your app and you will see Lua printed out some code, it will tell you where to keep your scripts
+Documentation on how to use the wax framework can be found here https://github.com/probablycorey/wax/wiki/Installation-framework
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2 lib/build-scripts/copy-scripts.sh
@@ -11,7 +11,7 @@ rm -rf "$DESTINATION_SCRIPTS_DIR"
mkdir -p "$DESTINATION_SCRIPTS_DIR"
if [ $WAX_COMPILE_SCRIPTS ]; then
- echo "note: Wax is using compiled scripts!"
+ echo "note: Wax is using compiled Lua scripts."
# This requires that you run a special build of lua. Since snow leopard is 64-bit
# and iOS is 32-bit, luac files compiled on snow leopard won't work on iOS

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