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In article <290320041919465251%com.invalid>, Sam <com.invalid> wrote:   Um, anybody? If I worded the first request poorly, sorry. I just need to make the OS search for the framework inside my bundle. And for the second request, a shell script or something to remove headers frome the framework, as I don't really want to distribute them....

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    In article <290320041919465251%com.invalid>, Sam
    <com.invalid> wrote:
     

    Um, anybody? If I worded the first request poorly, sorry. I just need
    to make the OS search for the framework inside my bundle. And for the
    second request, a shell script or something to remove headers frome the
    framework, as I don't really want to distribute them.
    Sam Guest

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    In article <010420040059435524%com.invalid>,
    Sam <com.invalid> wrote:
     
    >
    > Um, anybody? If I worded the first request poorly, sorry. I just need
    > to make the OS search for the framework inside my bundle. And for the
    > second request, a shell script or something to remove headers frome the
    > framework, as I don't really want to distribute them.[/ref]

    What did you use for the install path of the framework? You'll probably
    want to use "executable_path/../Contents/Frameworks".

    --
    Isaac Wankerl
    Metrowerks
    Isaac Guest

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    In article <010420040059435524%com.invalid>,
    com.invalid says... 

    You might want to try the stuff in the back ticks without the rm first
    to confirm that it is finding what you expect it to find:

    #!/bin/sh
    rm `find <path from script to framework> -name *.h -print`

    James Guest

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    Default Re: Bundling framework with application

    In article <010420040059435524%com.invalid>,
    Sam <com.invalid> wrote:
     
    >
    > Um, anybody? If I worded the first request poorly, sorry. I just need
    > to make the OS search for the framework inside my bundle. And for the
    > second request, a shell script or something to remove headers frome the
    > framework, as I don't really want to distribute them.[/ref]

    Question #1: See
    <http://developer.apple.com/doentation/MacOSX/Conceptual/BPFrameworks/
    Tasks/CreatingFrameworks.html>, section on "Creating a Private Embedded
    Framework".

    --
    Tom "Tom" Harrington
    Macaroni, Automated System Maintenance for Mac OS X.
    Version 2.0: Delocalize, Repair Permissions, lots more.
    See http://www.atomicbird.com/
    Tom Guest

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    On 2004-03-30 01:19:46 +0100, Sam <com.invalid> said:
     

    This may help.

    http://www.forbiddenbyte.co.uk/cocoa/mysql-cocoa_bundling_in_xcode.pdf

    I wrote this up for people having trouble with including the
    MySQL-Cocoa framework to their projects in Xcode.

    The concepts are the same though.

    Let me know if it helps.

    dave[dot]winter[at]mac[dot]com

    Dave Guest

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