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    Default [iPhone SDK] XCode 3.1 for 1.1.4

    Is there an easy way to use the tools of XCode 3.1 and the iPhone SDK with the includes and libraries from the 1.1.4 firmware?

    I've developed an app with the SDK and would like to run it on my 1.1.4 iPhone.



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    Quote Originally Posted by trumi View Post
    Is there an easy way to use the tools of XCode 3.1 and the iPhone SDK with the includes and libraries from the 1.1.4 firmware?

    I've developed an app with the SDK and would like to run it on my 1.1.4 iPhone.
    It is possible to manually create yourself a new Platform for use in Xcode for 1.1.4. I did this myself, populating it with my custom toolchain I use for iPhone development and tweaked the configuration settings and project templates to compile code that will work on 1.1.4.

    I'm not going to provide any guidance as to how to do this, because if you're seriously developing applications for iPhone you should be able to manage it on your own (and plus, I can't even remember all the steps I took).

    Once complete, however, it works perfectly in Xcode and is as simple to use as the Aspen compiler.



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    Maybe you could give me some hints what you did (as far as you remember ).

    So let me ask some Questions:

    Do you really use 1.1.4? Where did you get the header files for 1.1.4?

    Is the LittleBear1.1.4.sdk just the file system of the iPhone?

    Can you please show the subtree of this directory or send it to me (at least the header files)? I've also tried to use class-dump, but I'm not shure if it really worked, because If I try to make the tool chain it fails in the last make (as for many others).

    Have you tried to use the compiler delivered with XCode 3.1? Wouldn't this make the other tool chain obsolete?

    many thanks
    trumi

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    Quote Originally Posted by trumi View Post
    Maybe you could give me some hints what you did (as far as you remember ).

    So let me ask some Questions:

    Do you really use 1.1.4? Where did you get the header files for 1.1.4?

    Is the LittleBear1.1.4.sdk just the file system of the iPhone?

    Can you please show the subtree of this directory or send it to me (at least the header files)? I've also tried to use class-dump, but I'm not shure if it really worked, because If I try to make the tool chain it fails in the last make (as for many others).

    Have you tried to use the compiler delivered with XCode 3.1? Wouldn't this make the other tool chain obsolete?

    many thanks
    trumi
    I just used the Header files from the standard toolchain, nothing special. I basically took my entire /usr/local tree and moved it to /Developer/Platforms/LittleBear1.1.4.sdk/Developer/usr

    The hard bit is going through the GCC.xcspec etc and tweaking it to work right.

    Yes the LittleBear1.1.4.sdk is the filesystem of the iPhone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grabberslasher View Post
    I just used the Header files from the standard toolchain, nothing special. I basically took my entire /usr/local tree and moved it to /Developer/Platforms/LittleBear1.1.4.sdk/Developer/usr
    But the headers of the tool chain do not include all of the UIKit classes of 1.1.4 e.g. UIViewController. It is included in 1.1.4 (and I think in 1.1.3) but not in 1.1.2 and prior.


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    HI
    Can u post your GCC.xcspec here?

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    OK forget it
    solved

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    Darkmen, can you post details on what you did exactly.

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    BTW
    I can use apple gcc compiler instead of dev-team's toolchain (for 1.1.4 framework)
    Its more stable

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    i686-apple-darwin9-gcc-4.0.1 (GCC) 4.0.1 (Apple Inc. build 5470) (Aspen 5470.3)
    Copyright (C) 2005 Free Software Foundation, Inc.
    And this is much better. Toolchain generates only ARM code and original SDK's gcc can do THUMB (wich is works faster)





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