[Mono-osx] Problems with Dumbarton compilation

Allan Hsu allan at counterpop.net
Tue Jan 23 13:09:15 EST 2007

Did you restart XCode after changing the build paths for the project?  
Sometimes XCode gets confused until you reopen the project.


On Jan 21, 2007, at 5:49 PM, Paulmichael Blasucci wrote:

> Thanks for your prompt response. I did see that in the  
> documentation. And I did set both projects to use the same build  
> directory. Sorry, I guess I should have stated that earlier.  
> Unfortunately, it had not effect on the outcome. Also, just for  
> experimentation's sake, I tried building the solution as is and  
> using the xcode defaults. I three variations produced the same  
> results. Any other thoughts? Thanks, again.
> Paul
> On 21.Jan.2007, at 20:12, Allan Hsu wrote:
>> You need to set the project build directories for Dumbarton and  
>> the Judy subproject to be the same build directory. This is  
>> described in the build documentation in SVN.
>> 	-Allan
>> On Jan 21, 2007, at 2:29 PM, Paulmichael Blasucci wrote:
>>> First, let me apologize in advance if this is an RTFM issue and I
>>> just missed it, but I've not had any like so for. My situation is
>>> this, I'm trying to use the Dumbarton framework. When I use the pre-
>>> compiled version I downloaded from the imeem website, I get a bunch
>>> of architecture errors. I'm running an Intel MacBook and it seems
>>> that particular framework was compiled only for the PPC  
>>> architecture.
>>> So, my next attempt was to compile the source. This proved  
>>> friutless.
>>> For reasons totally beyond my comprehension, the libjudy.a  
>>> dependency
>>> would not compile. Then I realized the source was somewhat out of
>>> date. So, I next got the latest code from SVN. Judy compiled fine.
>>> However when the Dumbarton framework tries to compile, XCode fails
>>> telling me the it can't find the Mono framework. Now, I have triple
>>> checked that the Mono framework is accessible from /System/Library/
>>> Frameworks, /Library/Frameworks, and /Developer/SDKs/ 
>>> MacOSX10.4u.sdk/
>>> System/Library/Frameworks. This last path seems to be necessary for
>>> getting Judy to compile. I have no idea why. If you couldn't tell,
>>> I'm fairly new to Macintosh development. I'm also get fairly
>>> frustrated, as I want to start porting .NET apps to Tiger. has  
>>> anyone
>>> run into a similiar situation? The documentation on compiling
>>> Dumbarton is somewhat minimal, so any help would be greatly
>>> appreciated. Thanks.
>>> Paulmichael Blasucci (pblasucci at mac.com)
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>> --
>> Allan Hsu <allan at counterpop dot net>
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Allan Hsu <allan at counterpop dot net>
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