Rebuild and repackaged my easytag build : alpha3. Now it seems to finally support 10.4 and 10.5 on Intel Macs – I have received very positive feedback.
For the technical interested :
It is some dyld Load command issue, somehow the loader command LC_DYLD_INFO was incorporated in my libwavepack.dylib even though I think I passed the correct compile and linker options via Deployment Target and Min Version to libwavepack … the other libraries work fine with the same options, but perhaps it was only stupid me …
Whatever, for the moment libwavpack has been removed – the rest works now well with 10.4 and 10.5 – I try to figure wavepack out some time.
Go get it
If you are developing apps with Xcode that are managed by subversion, it might come handy to get subversion information, like the revision number, into your application. Also other build information can provide useful later, like build date, gcc version and so on. You can e.g show this info in your about dialog, so the and user can inform you what version he is running. And this way your app knows when it was built and what revision it is, so you could probably send this info with bug or crash reports.
To achieve this, you can simply add a costum script to your build phases, which collects this information and writes it in a file. Either a simple text file, or you can choose to put the info in a header file so it’s available as a variable at code compile time.
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