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how to import an existing project into xcode 3?


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Anyone has experienced to import an existing project into xcode 3? Could you pls. share your experience or send me a link on how to do that? Thank you.
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I found this link:
Porting UNIX/Linux Applications to Mac OS X: Preparing to Port

it's about how to port unix application into max os x which can be of a reference. i am trying according to the described procedures. Pls. tell me if you have better ideas.
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If you provide more information about your existing project, you might get more responses. We aren't mindreaders..yet..

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The easiest way to do this is to simply find the XCode project file and double click. This will open XCode automatically with the project setup and ready to go.

XCode project files will end in .xcodeproj.
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