[SDL] How to build SDL2 dmg on Xcode 4.1?

Martin Gerhardy martin.gerhardy at gmail.com
Fri Feb 3 23:11:33 PST 2012

Well, in general I'm just trying to compile my little game with SDL2 and 
run it on iOS. But I would like to understand the backgrounds.

I tried to create the Xcode templates from the Xcode-iOS project that is 
in the hg repo - without any luck. I don't know where to put these files 
and the pathes given in the README.iOS are no longer valid with Xcode 
4.1. Are those templates even compatible with Xcode 4.1? I saw a new set 
of templates for each new OSX release - but there is no template for 
10.7.x yet.

On the long run I would like to create a 2.0 framework to easily share 
it with some other devs.

Btw. i also tried to build it "only" for mac and found a bug about the 
fatbuild.sh - see http://bugzilla.libsdl.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1410

Am 04.02.2012 07:56, schrieb Jeremy Jurksztowicz:
> Are you trying to package SDL2 as a framework and distribute it on a dmg?
> As far as making a framework is concerned I'm not sure, just wade 
> through it until you get it down :P I never actually tried the 1.3 
> projects for making a framework, but I think they've been stagnating 
> for a while.
> You create DMG files with disk utility in Applications/Utilities.
> Sorry if that answer seems patronizing, perhaps you can explain more 
> fully what it is you're trying to do.
> On Sat, Feb 4, 2012 at 2:43 PM, Martin Gerhardy 
> <martin.gerhardy at gmail.com <mailto:martin.gerhardy at gmail.com>> wrote:
>     Hi.
>     I'm trying to create a SDL2 dmg on my mac including the templates
>     for new ios projects. I can't find any documentation on how to do
>     this. Can anyone please give me a few hints on how to do it?
>     Thanks a lot
>     Martin
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