On Wed, 31 Oct 2007 01:22:20 -0400, Sherman Pendley wrote:
> mlabs writes:
>> do you need both a PPC and an INTEL mac to create a universal binary
>> with xcode, or can i generate one just using my intel mac?
> You can create a UB on either Intel or PPC Macs. Just use the appropriate
> universal SDK, and specify the architectures you want to support in your
> build settings.
> That said, it's still quite useful to have both kinds of Mac available
> for testing the finished product.
If you are using Xcode3, you don't need to worry about any of that. All
applications are universal by default. If you bring up "architectures"
with its two checkboxes, they now say "32-bit" and "64-bit", meaning you
now have a choice of building for two architectures or four; it's assumed
that you want both PPC and Intel in any case.
You can specify other choices, but only by filling in the architectures
text field directly, rather than by using the checkboxes.
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