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Hi All, I am tring to build the project on XCode which is imported from Code Warrior.While I try to build this project lots of compile errors occur in CodeWarrior header files & PowerPlant header files. Some of the errors... e.g.MacErrors.h: No such file or directory This MaError.h is included in UException.h of the CodeWarrior. In the build settings of the project for the header search path how can I give the multiple search paths means how they should be seperated(like by comma(,),by semicolon(;))??? If anybody knows the detail doent which describes in detail about moving from Code Warrior to ...

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    Default Importing Code Warrior project on XCode....

    Hi All,
    I am tring to build the project on XCode which is imported from Code
    Warrior.While I try to build this project lots of compile errors occur
    in CodeWarrior header files & PowerPlant header files.
    Some of the errors...
    e.g.MacErrors.h: No such file or directory
    This MaError.h is included in UException.h of the CodeWarrior.

    In the build settings of the project for the header search path how
    can I give the multiple search paths means how they should be
    seperated(like by comma(,),by semicolon(;))???
    If anybody knows the detail doent which describes in detail about
    moving from Code Warrior to XCode then that will be highly
    appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.
    regards.
    kundan...
    Kundan Nehete Guest

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    Default Re: Importing Code Warrior project on XCode....

    MW Ron <mwronmetrowerks.com> wrote in message news:<mwron-709C2B.13125504082003enews.newsguy.com>...
    > In article <a0598028.0307302249.54bcc260posting.google.com >,
    > [email]kundankcybage.com[/email] (Kundan Nehete) wrote:
    >
    Thank you Ron,
    > >Hi All,
    > > I am tring to build the project on XCode which is imported from Code
    > >Warrior.While I try to build this project lots of compile errors occur
    > >in CodeWarrior header files & PowerPlant header files.
    > >Some of the errors...
    > >e.g.MacErrors.h: No such file or directory
    > >This MaError.h is included in UException.h of the CodeWarrior.
    >
    > Why not stick with CodeWarrior :) I don't know if XCode can do
    > PowerPlant, but I think this just needs you to set the flag in the
    > prefix files and rebuild them so that it doesn't use MSL C files. or
    > turns off Debugging etc.
    What flag need to be set for this???
    >
    > >In the build settings of the project for the header search path how
    > >can I give the multiple search paths means how they should be
    > >seperated(like by comma(,),by semicolon(;))???
    >
    > use unix separators /
    >
    > >If anybody knows the detail doent which describes in detail about
    > >moving from Code Warrior to XCode then that will be highly
    > >appreciated.
    >
    > Better still stay with CodeWarrior I don't think XCode has caught up
    > with it quite yet. But then I'm prejudiced :)
    >
    > Ron
    Kundan Nehete Guest

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    Default Re: Importing Code Warrior project on XCode....

    In article <a0598028.0308062205.7eb87677posting.google.com >,
    [email]kundankcybage.com[/email] (Kundan Nehete) wrote:

    >> >Hi All,
    >> > I am tring to build the project on XCode which is imported from Code
    >> >Warrior.While I try to build this project lots of compile errors occur
    >> >in CodeWarrior header files & PowerPlant header files.
    >> >Some of the errors...
    >> >e.g.MacErrors.h: No such file or directory
    >> >This MaError.h is included in UException.h of the CodeWarrior.
    >>
    >> Why not stick with CodeWarrior :) I don't know if XCode can do
    >> PowerPlant, but I think this just needs you to set the flag in the
    >> prefix files and rebuild them so that it doesn't use MSL C files. or
    >> turns off Debugging etc.
    >
    > What flag need to be set for this???
    I wrote this in a hurry, let me be a bit clearer,

    You Need CodeWarrior for PowerPlant, so why not do stick with CodeWarrior

    If you want something from XCode's native libraries you can set the flag
    in CodeWarriors Precompiled headers to use them.

    If you want to do PowerPlant with XCode you have to have CodeWarrior in
    order to have the PowerPlant Framework.

    I'm sorry I hurried this and was thinking you already knew you needed
    CodeWarrior I didn't realize you didn't know it until you replied.

    Ron

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