|Feb 10, 2013, 02:46 PM||#1|
Building a 'stand-alone' application
I'm new to mac programming and building a program as 'command line tool' target on Xcode. I use some shared objects, which I included in the targets 'build setting' (library search paths etc.). However, is there a way to build the program as 'bundle', such that it will run on another Mac without having all those libraries installed on the other machine? Note, that I have to use gcc4.7 (installed via fink).
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