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README

Safari AdBlock
http://burgersoftware.com/safariadblock


INTRODUCTION
==================

Safari AdBlock blocks ads in Safari.
It works as an InputManager to inject code in Safari and uses the Adblock Plus <http://adblockplus.org> filters.



BUILD INSTRUCTIONS
==================

The following command

	sudo xcodebuild install

builds Safari AdBlock and produces an installer located at

	build/Release/Safari AdBlock x.x.x.pkg
	

Alternatively, you can open the Xcode project "Safari AdBlock.xcodeproj" and build it from within Xcode. Note that this method will not produce the installer.



FRAMEWORKS
==================

If you want to build yourself the third-party frameworks, you need to change the dynamic shared library install names recorded in the Mach-O binary. A quick an easy way to do it is to first build the framework without altering the build settings and then work on the executable file. We will take Sparkle as an example.
Start by doing
	
	otool -L Sparkle.framework/Sparkle
	
The output should be something like

	@executable_path/../Frameworks/Sparkle.framework/Versions/A/Sparkle (compatibility version 1.5.0, current version 1.5.0)
	...
	
What we need to do is change @"executable_path" to "@loader_path" so that when Safari AdBlock is loaded, it looks for the framework inside its bundle and not inside Safari's bundle. It is done with the command

	install_name_tool -id "@loader_path/../Frameworks/Sparkle.framework/Versions/A/Sparkle" Sparkle.framework/Sparkle

Finally, verify that it worked:

	otool -L Sparkle.framework/Sparkle

now outputs

	@loader_path/../Frameworks/Sparkle.framework/Versions/A/Sparkle (compatibility version 1.5.0, current version 1.5.0)
	...
	...