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Converted to use CMake build system #8

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simonowen commented Sep 1, 2018

  • replaced autotools build system with CMake
  • removed legacy native IDE project files
  • removed redundant SaaSndC.cpp file
Converted to use CMake build system
- replaced autotools build system with CMake
- removed legacy native IDE project files
- removed redundant SaaSndC.cpp file
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CMake update, as previously discussed :)

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simonowen commented Sep 1, 2018

CMake update, as previously discussed :)

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(edit) Cool!

OUTPUT_NAME SAASound
FRAMEWORK TRUE
FRAMEWORK_VERSION C
MACOSX_FRAMEWORK_IDENTIFIER org.rebuzz)

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I guess I don't know the impact/relevance of having "org.rebuzz" here :-) Happy to leave it if there's no negative implication.

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I guess I don't know the impact/relevance of having "org.rebuzz" here :-) Happy to leave it if there's no negative implication.

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It's just a unique identifier for the framework, which is usually the domain in reverse. May be worth updating in some future commit, but harmless to be your old domain in the meantime. Not actually sure what it's used for by the OS!

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It's just a unique identifier for the framework, which is usually the domain in reverse. May be worth updating in some future commit, but harmless to be your old domain in the meantime. Not actually sure what it's used for by the OS!

@stripwax stripwax merged commit 16f0901 into stripwax:master Sep 4, 2018

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