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A project to build a spdy client library for the iPhone.
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SPDY-for-iPhone is a project to create an easy to use library for SPDY. A pre-built binary is available in install/lib/libSPDY.a. To use libSPDY.a: 1) Copy both install/lib/libSPDY.a and install/include/SPDY/SPDY.h into your project. 2) Add the CFNetwork and SystemConfiguration frameworks to your list of libraries to link against. 3) Follow the API in SPDY.h. ========================================================================== Building libSPDY.a ========================================================================== libSPDY.a has a few external dependencies. These are included as git submodules and built using the venerable make. The external libraries are: - spdylay - openssl (Included until Apple releases iOS with an NPN enabled OpenSSL) - zlib The external libraries require the following programs to build: - pkgconfig - automake - autoconf - libtool I typically install these programs through MacPorts (http://www.macports.org/). Fink or homebrew should also have these packages. To build build the external libraries and libSPDY.a run the following commands: $ git submodule init $ git submodule update $ make ========================================================================== Build errors ========================================================================== - Syntax error in configure - Problem: ./configure: line 15731: syntax error near unexpected token `0.20' ./configure: line 15731: `PKG_PROG_PKG_CONFIG(0.20)' - Solution: Go back and install pkgconfig and delete spdylay/configure. - Test button doesn't work in xcode 4.3.1 - Problem: Lexical or Preprocessor issue NS_AVAILABLE' macro redefined - Solution: Run the tests with make check from the command line.