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Hi! I am writing programs that are not making use of any special MacOSX features but only use standard C or C++ libraries, especially the I/O libraries. When looking at XCode I can only find predefined projects that build command line tools (C or C++). Is there any predefined project that builds standalone applications (like Codewarrior)? If not: what do I have to do to build them? Hartwig...

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    Default XCode and standard C/C++ libs

    Hi!

    I am writing programs that are not making use of any special MacOSX
    features but only use standard C or C++ libraries, especially the I/O
    libraries.
    When looking at XCode I can only find predefined projects that build
    command line tools (C or C++). Is there any predefined project that
    builds standalone applications (like Codewarrior)? If not: what do I
    have to do to build them?

    Hartwig

    Hartwig Guest

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    Default Re: XCode and standard C/C++ libs

    In article <40d55ded$0$205$wanadoo.nl>,
    Hartwig Wiesmann <nl> wrote:
     

    A program that only uses standard C and C++ libraries is a command line tool. I
    am therefore confused by your question.

    meeroh

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    Default Re: XCode and standard C/C++ libs

    Miro Jurisic wrote:
     
    >
    >
    > A program that only uses standard C and C++ libraries is a command line tool. I
    > am therefore confused by your question.
    >
    > meeroh
    >[/ref]

    In Codewarrior with standard C and C++ libraries, you get linked against
    WASTE and the app opens when double clicked in the Finder and shows a
    window with stdin and stdout. I'm guessing this is what the OP wants to
    happen with Apple's tools.

    AFAIK, the closest you can get is to name the command line executable
    with a ".command" file name extension. When double clicked, it will
    open Terminal and run itself.

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    Peter Guest

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