…ngeLog.txt, etc. This is the standard way to bundle an .app on OSX, and it fixes the library references in sclang and scsynth binaries, which now links to the libraries and frameworks bundled with the .app. Note that since sclang links to the bundled Qt frameworks, it can not be installed system-wide. But you can install simple wrapper-scripts into a folder in your PATH. We also remove the hack in SC_StandAloneInfo_Darwin.cpp to detect standalones and instead simply pass a SC_STANDALONE definition from cmake. A MOVED_STUFF.txt file was added in case people wonder where everything has gone, and README.txt and README_OS_X.txt was updated.
This way, <build_dir>/SCVersion/ can be included by langConfig to get the correct version for people using langConfig to run the class library from the source tree instead of the installed one.
A new SCVersion.txt is included by CMake and used to set the version in all places: - Main.sc (by classmethods from SCVersion.sc) - About dialog in SC.app - Version reported by Finder's "Get info" - CPACK (This commit was also applied to 3.5 but with correct version numbers)
…cluding CPack. To get the background to stick, I had to create a new DS_Store file: package/ds_store (This change was picked from the 3.5 branch but the commit differs because of conflicts in CMakeLists.txt)
This reverts commit 734bc1d. Conflicts: CMakeLists.txt
…ts, moved HelpSource/compileHelp.scd to platform/renderAllHelp.scd These changes reflect the fact that render-docs-while-building is not part of the standard build procedure, it's only useful if one wants to pre-render all helpfiles for putting them online, etc. Also, having compileHelp.scd in HelpSource might trick users into thinking they should run it.
…the new just-in-time rendering
…ed everything, leading to SCClassLibrary not being installed
…riable per directory. Include QtCollider if SC_QT when building docs