Core animation application compile error?

  • Hi everyone.
    I am using Leopard 9A527 with Xcode 3.0 released for a while.
    Core animation is so famous that I can't prohibit my curiosity to have
    a try. However, I came across a big failure.
    I installed Leopard 9A527 and Xcode 3.0, then in my root volume, there
    is a folder called "Developer", it contains a subfolder called
    examples, so far so good.
    Then you can go to this location:
    /Developer/Examples/Quartz/Core Animation/Recipes
    There is a xcode project called recipes, I open the project and
    compile it.
    Boom! 43 Errors!
    This is one of the errors:
    /Developer/Examples/Quartz/Core Animation/Recipes/MenuBox.h:51:32:
    error: QuartzCore/LayerKit.h: No such file or directory
    I dig into the QuartzCore framework to see if there is a file named
    "LayerKit.h". As we excepted, there is no such file.
    I am really very curious to see the mystical efforts by Core
    Animation. So can anyone tell me what is wrong with this? And is there
    any solution?
    It is impossible for Apple engineers to provide us with wrong codes or
    examples.

    Thank you for your help in advanced.
  • On 22.09.2007, at 16:37, Leopard wrote:
    > I am using Leopard 9A527 with Xcode 3.0 released for a while.
    > Core animation is so famous that I can't prohibit my curiosity to
    > have a try. However, I came across a big failure.

      Heh :-D Funniest post ever! The sender name and address are an
    especially nice touch.

    > It is impossible for Apple engineers to provide us with wrong codes
    > or examples.

      Stop it! You're cracking me up! :-)

    Cheers,
    -- M. Uli Kusterer
    http://www.zathras.de
  • Am 22.09.2007 um 16:37 schrieb Leopard:

    > Core animation is so famous that I can't prohibit my curiosity to
    > have a try. However, I came across a big failure.

    The explaination why this happens is hidden in an document called "NDA".

    > It is impossible for Apple engineers to provide us with wrong codes
    or examples.

    Apparently not, and developers ought to know how to fix related
    problems. "Release Notes" for a moving target is a good indication
    there might be documentation for recent changes. Hint: <http://www.apple.com/macosx/leopard/technology/coreanimation.html>
  • On Sep 22, 2007, at 10:37 AM, Leopard wrote:

    > Hi everyone.
    > I am using Leopard 9A527 with Xcode 3.0 released for a while.

    Leopard is still under a non-disclosure agreement, and this is a
    violation of the NDA.

    Discussion of Leopard is not allowed here. If you have issues with
    Leopard seeds, contact <dts...> directly.

    There are cases where a slip up has been made, but situations as
    significant as this particular one will cause your participation in
    the list to become moderated, and WWDR and ADC will be made aware of
    the violation. This can lead to revoking of your membership, or legal
    action.

    Leopard is scheduled to ship in October. We're almost there.  Please
    be patient.

    Scott
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