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On 8/01/2009, at 11:36 AM, Asko Kauppi wrote:

The essential question in my opinion is: can you use it for debugging?

In other words, make it easy for people to integrate a Lua executable so that they can run their .lua code but debug in the module's source. XCode has a nice debugger.


I haven't worked that out yet, but it must be possible, right? At the moment (though I haven't tried very hard), I haven't even found the setting to tell XCode the command-line to run to start the project.


Geoff Leyland kirjoitti 7.1.2009 kello 23:19:

Yes, I did the same, and changed the type to mh_bundle (I don't get why OS X has so many different executable types). The bundle option was far too complicated, and there was a dylib project that came ready with precompiled headers and .xcconfig files.

On 8/01/2009, at 10:16 AM, Wesley Smith wrote:

Out of curiosity, what kind of build target did you start the project
off with?  I've been using dynamic libraries with modified file
extension from .dylib -> .so.


On Wed, Jan 7, 2009 at 1:13 PM, Geoff Leyland < > wrote:

I just made an XCode project template to build a C lua module (OS X 10.5.6,
XCode 3.1).  It's a bit rough, but it gets you started.  Is anyone
interested in such a thing, and if so, where's the best place to put it?
(attach it to the wiki or something?).