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proton:ios_setup [2011/07/06 23:36]
seth
proton:ios_setup [2012/07/03 04:03] (current)
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 ==== Resources, network drives ===== ==== Resources, network drives =====
  
-The way I do my iOS builds is I share my Windows HD drive to OS X, and open the Xcode project on the network drive. ​ The projects are setup to use local drives for the intermediate compile-build processes so performance is good. +The way I do my iOS builds is I share my Windows HD drive to OS X, and open the Xcode project on the network drive. ​ The projects are setup to use local drives for the intermediate compile-build processes so performance is good. (Update - actually I don't, due to some problem between xcode, lion's new samba replacement,​ and Win7.  I've been using robocopy in .bat files instead... sucks
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 Under "​Resources"​ in the groups and files tree in the Xcode project, you'll see little blue folders named "​game",​ "​audio",​ "​interface"​. ​ These are virtual folders that will automatically copy ALL their contents (bmps, wavs, etc) into the final package. Under "​Resources"​ in the groups and files tree in the Xcode project, you'll see little blue folders named "​game",​ "​audio",​ "​interface"​. ​ These are virtual folders that will automatically copy ALL their contents (bmps, wavs, etc) into the final package.
  
proton/ios_setup.1309995386.txt.gz · Last modified: 2011/07/06 23:36 by seth