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- Subject: Re: XCode template for lua modules
- From: Asko Kauppi <askok@...>
- Date: Fri, 3 Jul 2009 20:58:13 +0300
The recommendation was that "bundle" is when dylibs are loaded
software-wise (as in Lua) and "dylib" when they are loaded as part of
Not sure if this matters any more. I have the understanding it was
more important at earlier stages of OS X. But I may be wrong.
This has been discussed earlier, but I'm too lazy to find out the
right one. Check here:
Hans van der Meer kirjoitti 3.7.2009 kello 18:17:
Working on a Macintosh under MacOSX I am trying to get the XCode
build settings in shape for compilation of a Lua C-module into
module.so; starting with the XCode-template for a BSD dynamic library.
Having read the instructions for using make I have the following
Why does one prescribe for the Mach-O Type the choice
"bundle" (mh_bundle) instead of "dynamic library" (mh_dylib). Both
seem to work when the result is "require"-ed. Does it matter? Or is
there a fundamental difference I am overlooking?
Hans van der Meer