[xsde-users] xsde 3.2 with Xcode 4 and IOS 4.3
benedikt2011a at googlemail.com
Mon Aug 22 08:02:29 EDT 2011
thank you for your help - i am now one step further. My application does
compile for the device and in the simulator with the mentioned setting
(hidden symbol visibility).
But the application itself does not run correctly
exec_bad_access error. My Xcode thinks this error might appear in
string-stl.hxx, which seems strange, as i did not manually modify it.
Thank you for your help!
2011/8/19 James Sutton <jrs at jmsutton.co.uk>
> Hi Benedikt
> It is indeed still working for me in the simulator and in the iPad.
> On 19 Aug, 2011, at 9:34, Boris Kolpackov wrote:
> > Hi Benedikt,
> > Benedikt P <benedikt2011a at googlemail.com> writes:
> >> I am trying to use xsde 3.2 with Apples IOS 4.3 and Xcode 4 and I am
> >> into serious problems. Has anybody used this configuration successfully
> > Yes, I believe James Sutton (CC'ed) is using XSD/e with XCode 4 using
> > the native XCode project approach for building libxsde.
> >> After changing a lot of settings and trying, my project now runs in the
> >> simulator, but does not compile for the actual ipad (bad codegen,
> >> diff in xsde ... global weak symbol vtable for xsde....).
> > If the errors look anything like this (remember to always show the exact
> > errors messages in the future):
> > ld: bad codegen, pointer diff in
> > to global weak symbol __ZTVN4xsde3cxx6parser10validating13integer_pskelE
> for architecture i386
> > Then James mentioned the solution:
> >> The answer is in 'Build Settings' for the libxsde project under
> >> 'LLVM GCC 4.2 Code Generation' set 'Symbols Hidden by Default'
> >> to 'Yes'.
> > Let us know if it works for you.
> > Boris
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