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Setting Deployment Target

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Hi all,
I needed a help. When am using Xcode I can set the Mac OS X deployment target in the project setting. Is it possible to set Mac OS X deployment target while using make files.

The problem being, I have compiled and build couple of libraries using make file on my Snow leopard. But when I use these libraries on my Leopard machine I get errors like "deformed objects" is there a way to stop this?

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