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Re: Distributing Renaissance/GNUstep app's on OS X

From: Uli Kusterer
Subject: Re: Distributing Renaissance/GNUstep app's on OS X
Date: Thu, 12 Feb 2004 13:47:06 +0100
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In article <>,
 "Fletcher T. Penney" <> wrote:

> I copied the Renaissance.framework bundle into the 
> folder when I realized that the bundle 
> would be necessary.  :)
> ... but I was surprised when that didn't do the trick.

 I've never done this, but from postings on Cocoa-Dev, it appears that 
you have to set the internal path stored in the framework itself to 
start with "@executable_path" instead of starting at the file system 
root ("/").

 I think you can find out whether this is the case using otool, but to 
change it, you need to recompile the framework with some special 
settings (which I don't know and couldn't find offhand).

 I seem to remember that there was an article somewhere (macdevcenter? 
cocoadevcentral? cocoadev?) about embedding frameworks in your 
application. Maybe you can find it.

-- Uli

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