Hi, I'm trying to create my first Cocoa framework. The way I'm doing this is with two projects: one for the framework itself; the other for a test app that implements the features of the framework. So I'm using Xcode's cross-project reference feature to make the framework a dependency of the test application. However, when I build the test app, it correctly builds the framework first but then complains that my framework's master header file cannot be found. I must be missing something, but I've basically followed all the steps outlined here: http://developer.apple.com/mac/libr...al/BPFrameworks/Tasks/CreatingFrameworks.html I've: Created the two projects: one as a framework, the other as a standard "bundle" Specified @executable_path/../Frameworks as the Installation Directory for the framework, as shown in the image. Specified a Copy Files build phase the puts the headers in the framework's Headers directory (also shown in the image above). Added the framework project to the test app project Specified that the framework is a dependency of my test app Created a Copy Files build phase that copies the framework product to the Frameworks directory of my test app Added the framework to the link phase of the test app (shown in the image above) However, when I build the test app I'm getting a build error due to the fact the header can't be found. The header is there and the framework was correctly copied: Code: chrisbook:CioccolataTest chris$ ls -l build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Frameworks/Cioccolata.framework/Headers/Cioccolata.h -rw-r--r-- 1 chris staff 201 20 Apr 18:39 build/Debug/CioccolataTest.webapp/Frameworks/Cioccolata.framework/Headers/Cioccolata.h What have I missed? The "Frameworks" directory of a bundle should be searched for the framework, right? And the Headers directory does go directly in the top level directory of the framework bundle?