[Rxtx] cross compilation for the mac
ajmas at sympatico.ca
Fri Aug 18 13:54:55 MDT 2006
It should be doable. XCode hands off the compilation process to
gcc et al, for the compilation of C/C++ code and to javac et al.
for the Java side.
While ant is the favoured tool for 'automated' Java compilation,
make can easily be used. All is needed is someone to volounteer
to do the work.
"Dr. Douglas Lyon" <lyon at docjava.com> wrote
> >In theory building against Darwin would be sufficient to getting
> >things working on MacOS X. You need to remember that Darwin is the
> >low-level OS, while MacOS X adds the everything else on top. IOKit,
> >which is the I/O API, is available as part of Darwin. The only thing
> >you will need extra are the Java libraries.
> >One thing is that I would recommend that when producing binaries for
> >the Mac, is to ensure they are Universal binaries (PPC+Intel).
> I find the xcode ide for generating a mix of universal binaries
> and java very difficult to make work. Is there a way to do this
> with make files?
> - Doug
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