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Re: Including Frameworks

From: Nicola Pero
Subject: Re: Including Frameworks
Date: Sun, 31 Oct 2004 01:07:04 +0000 (GMT)

> > Frameworks are more like pseudo-frameworks under Linux/non-dyld/mach-o 
> > systems. There's been some work to fix this, but things like GCC and LD 
> > do not support the -F and -framework flags. Your best bet for 
> > instructions on how to compile a framework is to look at some real-world 
> > examples. I suggest checking out the StepTalk source.
>  Sniff... okay.
>  I found a thread from 2003 or so on this, and so thought it had been 
> fixed by now :-T
>  Would it require a lot of intimate knowledge of the GS-make stuff to 
> add some sort of compatibility layer that adds the -I and -l flags when 
> it finds a FRAMEWORKS specification?
>  I'd rather fix this once in the GNUMakefile system than keep entering 
> oodles of options in every makefile I create...

I'm not quite sure why writing

FRAMEWORKS += PreferencePanes

would be particularly simpler than writing

ADDITIONAL_GUI_LIBS += -lPreferencePanes


... unless what you are really asking for is that you want PreferencePanes
to be converted to '-framework PreferencePanes' on Apple and to
'-lPreferencePanes' on GNUstep in which case we already have


which does exactly that.  Presumably this is what you were expecting
FRAMEWORKS += ... to do ?


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