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I am trying to compile some C code using Xcode; I have created a project, added all the files I needed, and tried to build. A few things are hindering my progress: 1. Even though I can specify flags for each file, Xcode forgets these flags when the inspector is closed! This is an unbelievable bug for an IDE to have, in my opinion. 2. The so-called "Detailed build results" are anything but detailed. It simply says "Build failed", with no details of the failure anywhere (that I can see). 3. Adding a framework seems not to help my building ...

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    Default Either Xcode s or I do!

    I am trying to compile some C code using Xcode; I have created a
    project, added all the files I needed, and tried to build. A few
    things are hindering my progress:

    1. Even though I can specify flags for each file, Xcode forgets these
    flags when the inspector is closed! This is an unbelievable bug for an
    IDE to have, in my opinion.

    2. The so-called "Detailed build results" are anything but detailed.
    It simply says "Build failed", with no details of the failure anywhere
    (that I can see).

    3. Adding a framework seems not to help my building problems. I am
    trying to build a python extension, so I added the Python framework.
    However, the compiler still does not seem to be able to see Python.h

    This all may be my inexperience with Xcode, in which case I retract my
    criticisms, but it looks to me like Xcode is not ready for prime time.
    Please correct me if I am wrong.

    C.
    Chris Guest

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    Default Re: Either Xcode s or I do!

    In article <google.com>,
    forestry.uga.edu (Chris Fonnesbeck) wrote:
     

    Haven't used this feature, so I can't comment.
     

    There's a build log available in that window, separated from the outline
    view thingy by a divider. For whatever reason, that divider defaults to
    the bottom, so you don't see the build log. Drag it up and you should be
    able to see what's going on.
     

    If you #include a framework header, you #include <Framework/Header.h>.
    In this case, you should probably #include <Python/Python.h>.
     

    I think both are right. You're missing some things :) but also Xcode
    could use more work.
    Michael Guest

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    Default Re: Either Xcode s or I do!

    In article <google.com>,
    forestry.uga.edu (Chris Fonnesbeck) wrote:
     

    Which version of Xcode are you using? This works fine for me in Xcode
    1.1, but it might not have worked correctly in 1.0.

    -Eric

    --
    Eric Albert stanford.edu
    http://rescomp.stanford.edu/~ejalbert/
    Eric Guest

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