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jgarnham 2011-02-26 05:07 AM

Xcode 4 Customized Build Location
With the framework you are required to set a custom build location in Xcode 3.2.5. What is the equivalent setting for this in Xcode 4?

Tim Wood 2011-02-27 11:28 AM

You no longer need to do this in Xcode 4; it automatically segregates build products from each workspace in ~/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData. Instead, you need to make a workspace with the appropriate projects as members (along with your other app/framework targets).

If you are just checking out one of the iOS sample apps, you should be able to just open it and build (since those already have project references for the frameworks and Xcode 4 follows those).

jgarnham 2011-02-28 04:34 AM

I'm getting multiple errors of missing files in even the example projects.

Is it neccesary to rebuild all the frameworks (using the script) now that I have Xcode 4 installed?

Tim Wood 2011-03-01 07:24 AM

I'd recommend building with a workspace when using Xcode 4. Our internal build scripts minimally work with Xcode 4, but these simplified ones may need some extra help. By default Xcode 4 builds each workspace into its own built output directory that is intentionally segregated from all the others. This is possibly preventing the current github source from building.

arjun 2011-09-16 04:51 AM

Customized build location

As of now the application is creating in xcode installed directory but i wanted to generate where the source code folder is present

/Users/Test123/Library/Developer/Xcode/DerivedData/SampleApp-grvhozpetocxeydhunkerdavnvqm/Build/Products/Debug -- Here its creating

but i wanted to create in following path


So please suggest where should i do modify this?

I am using xcode 4.0, earlier with xcode 3.x it was fine.


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