On a MacTel Macintosh we support OS X 10.6 and later. The the necessary build environment is Xcode 3.2 and GCC 4.0. (Note, that ArchiCAD 16 is a Mach-O Cocoa application, and the add-ons are Mach-O bundles. Add-on developers must adapt the corresponding environment and rules.)
XCode 4.x , GCC 4.2 or the newer LLVM Compiler 3 should also create executables which are binary compatible with our libraries.
stefan wrote:We're running Mountain Lion, but have multiple Xcode installations including 3.2.6. It is still possible to download and install this version, but it requires a few minor hacks. We have been advised that Xcode 4 is
So a really frustrating experience, once again. Documentation does not reflect current state of affairs and there is almost no info to be found online. I begin to think that this is black magic, after all. I hate to think what will happen when I replace my laptop with a new one, running only Mountain Lion and any uptodate XCode that Apple will provide to me.
#define USE_DEBUG_WINDOW 0And set the Developer ID obviously.