Changes between Version 88 and Version 89 of MacBuild


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09/11/15 21:59:51 (2 years ago)
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charlief
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    179179'''Note 3:'''Using the BuildMacBOINC.sh script is generally easier than building directly in Xcode.  The script will place the built products in the directory `BOINC_dev/boinc/mac_build/build/Deployment/` or `BOINC_dev/boinc/mac_build/build/Development/` where they are easy to find.  Building directly in Xcode places the built products in a somewhat obscure location; you would normally need to determine this location using Xcode's Organizer window. 
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     181'''Hint:''' You can install multiple versions of Xcode on the same Mac, either by putting them in different directories or by renaming Xcode.app of different versions.  You can then specify which version the BuildMacBOINC.sh script should use by setting the `DEVELOPER_DIR` environment variable using the `env` command.  For example, if you have installed Xcode 5.0.2 in the Applications directory and renamed `Xcode.app` to `Xcode_5_0_2.app`, you can invoke the script with:
     182{{{
     183env DEVELOPER_DIR=/Applications/Xcode_5_0_2.app/Contents/Developer sh BuildMacBOINC.sh
     184}}}
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    181186The BOINC Xcode project has built-in scripts which create a text file with the path to the built products at either `BOINC_dev/boinc/mac_build/Build_Deployment_Dir` or `BOINC_dev/boinc/mac_build/Build_Development_Dir`.  These files are used by the release_boinc.sh script, but you can also use them to access the built products directly as follows; open the file with !TextEdit and copy the path, then enter command-shift-G in the Finder and paste the path into the Finder's  dialog.
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