Thread: using xcode
05-04-2007, 04:10 PM #1
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So i wrote a program for one of my classes using visual basic. someone said i could use xcode as well and i was wondering how. i've looked at it, but can't figure out what type of project to use(empty or ???). all i know is that in VB, we chose a "win32" project that was empty. I've got my c code but im just not sure what to do with it. any suggestions?
- 05-04-2007, 04:18 PM #2
I haven't done a lot with xcode, just played a bit with it. For sure, you can't create a win32 application, because that one uses the windows API.
What you would have to know is, if it's a C or C++ project you are supposed to build. Xcode is just the whole development environment for mac and you can do a whole bunch of different things (C, C++, cocoa and also java afaik - just to mention a few). So just create an empty C/C++ project. That will pick the right libs and compiler for you and it should work...
If I remember it right I had quite some examples coming with xcode. You might want to look into those as well.
06-25-2007, 07:22 PM #3gFortran integrated into xcode
Has anyone crack the code on how to use the xcode frontend to compile gFortran source code. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanx
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