Any one interested in my new framework from GSL?

  • Hi everyone. This is not an advertisement. And I am new to the mail
    list communication. If my action violates any law, I apologize first.

    By so many instructions, I finished my first framework from GNU
    science library. I wrapped it to a framework only for  convenient to
    use. However, this is my first time to publish such thing, so I want
    to make sure my action is legal.

    I came across a very odd problem, that is, this framework works very
    well on Tiger. However, it doesn't work at all on Leopard.
    1.I am using Leopard 9a557, when I opened a template , I find what is
    different from Leopard is the main.c file is removed. It seems that
    when compiling the framework, the image needed by the framework
    doesn't exist. so you can't use the framework to link anything (at
    least to me).

    2.When using tiger and xcode 2.4.1, I found everything run smoothly.
    I used the same framework and project to compile them on Leopard,
    then the xcode 3.0 prompted me that the function couldn't set up link
    to the library, Finally I found it was caused by instructions(powerPC
    and x86). However, I am really new to this platform , so I have no
    idea how to solve it.

    so if anyone here is interested in my GSL framework, please mail me.
    I also want to carry out a popular testing.

    Thank you in advance. Cheers.
  • On 3 Oct 2007, at 16:18, Cloud. Student wrote:

    > I came across a very odd problem, that is, this framework works
    > very well on Tiger. However, it doesn't work at all on Leopard.
    > 1.I am using Leopard 9a557, when I opened a template , I find what
    > is different from Leopard is the main.c file is removed. It seems
    > that when compiling the framework, the image needed by the
    > framework doesn't exist. so you can't use the framework to link
    > anything (at least to me).
    >
    > 2.When using tiger and xcode 2.4.1, I found everything run
    > smoothly. I used the same framework and project to compile them on
    > Leopard, then the xcode 3.0 prompted me that the function couldn't
    > set up link to the library, Finally I found it was caused by
    > instructions(powerPC and x86). However, I am really new to this
    > platform , so I have no idea how to solve it.

    Until Leopard is released, you can't talk about it in public (aside
    from things that are already public knowledge---for instance, the
    material Apple has published on its website).

    If you had similar symptoms on Tiger, I'd advise you to ask about
    them on the *Xcode* mailing list, because they aren't anything to do
    with Cocoa.  I'd also advise you to check how your build is set up...
    typical Open Source builds rely on software like autoconf that tries
    to find out about the target system by compiling test programs...
    that won't work so well with the architecture setting in Xcode,
    because Xcode will be building for two different architectures at the
    same time; as a result, you may need to conditionalise some of the
    things in your "config.h", or set your project up to run "configure"
    more than once.

    You might find

      <http://developer.apple.com/opensource/
    buildingopensourceuniversal.html
    >

    informative.

    If you have a problem with Leopard that you think shouldn't be
    happening, you can always file a bug report, or send an e-mail to DTS
    asking for help.  (<http://bugreport.apple.com> and <http://
    developer.apple.com/technicalsupport/> respectively.)

    Kind regards,

    Alastair.

    --
    http://alastairs-place.net
  • On Oct 3, 2007, at 11:18 AM, Cloud. Student wrote:

    > Hi everyone. This is not an advertisement. And I am new to the mail
    > list communication. If my action violates any law, I apologize first.
    >
    > By so many instructions, I finished my first framework from GNU
    > science library. I wrapped it to a framework only for  convenient to
    > use. However, this is my first time to publish such thing, so I want
    > to make sure my action is legal.
    >
    > I came across a very odd problem, that is, this framework works very
    > well on Tiger. However, it doesn't work at all on Leopard.
    > 1.I am using Leopard 9a557, when I opened a template , I find what
    > is different from Leopard is the main.c file is removed. It seems
    > that when compiling the framework, the image needed by the framework
    > doesn't exist. so you can't use the framework to link anything (at
    > least to me).
    >

    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, <contactdts...> directly.

    There are cases where a slip up has been made, but violations can
    cause your participation in the list to become moderated, and WWDR and
    ADC 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.
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