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Without setting install_name it would be necessary to link the library directly into the install folder, or to use the install_name_tool to set this value later. The Xcode linker refers to this value when setting the library load path in your applications. This makefile differs from a static build in the following ways: The library filename extension is.dylib -fPIC is added to compiler flags. -dynamiclib is added to linker flags. Install_name is set to the full destination path and name of the library, as finally installed. Building a D-isam framework for Xcode shows how to build a framework from the command line. Building D-isam in the Xcode IDE covers D-isam installation from the Integrated Development Environment. This entry was posted in References and tagged swift, xcode on March 10, 2015 by disam Support.


O (libs) -o (where bin/dbugscan util_core: util/dsplit. O util/dlist. O util/dschema. O (CL) util/dsplit. O util/utility. O (libs) -o (where bin/dsplit (CL) util/dlist. O util/utility. O (libs) -o (where bin/dlist (CL) util/dschema.

O (libs)) -o (where bin/bash_test (CL)) test/life. O (libs)) -o (where bin/life_test test: isfile test_A test_B util_base: util/utility.) o util/dcheck. This file should include the disam header(s)) of your choice. You may simply add the disam headers directly to your project, o (CL)) test/mifs. O util/dstats. D-isam can also be linked directly into an application by means of the Bridging Header. O (libs)) -o (where bin/mifs_test (CL)) test/bash. In your project Build Settings. Or add the disam header directory to the list of User Header Search Paths,