[Vm-dev] CMake Mac Configs Are Inconsistent
estebanlm at gmail.com
Mon Dec 5 17:10:25 UTC 2011
I just changed that... I prefer the CocoaIOSConfig version because that way you can create debug version for every child... but I'm not strongly supporting that... is someone has any reason to go the other way, is no problem for me :)
El 05/12/2011, a las 2:04p.m., Sean P. DeNigris escribió:
> CocoaIOSConfig (Cocoa) uses #generateForDebug and #generateForRelease to
> mark an instance as debug/release, but CogMacOSConfig (Carbon) subclasses
> redefine #compilerFlags to return either #compilerFlagsRelease or
> I was going to make them consistent, but which one is better? It seemed like
> the first one was a little easier to use from a workspace.
> Really confusing e.g. CocoaIOS means Cocoa (but where does the IOS part come
> in?) and CogMacOS means Carbon; notice one has Cog prefix, the other not
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