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Xcode 3.2.3 Problems and Solutions

by Colin on July 5th, 2010

Upgrading to Xcode 3.2.3 can give you a few problems at first, but here's how I've found out how to fix those issues.

Immediately when opening older files you're going to get a "Missing Base SDK" error.

Under the Groups & Files panel, you'll see a group called Targets. Expand the Targets group and double click on your project name.
Make sure you're in the Build panel.
Under Architectures, change the Base SDK to iPhone Device 3.2 or above.

OpenFrameworks iPhone projects won't compile, most common issue is a DWARF issue.

1. Download the mac version of OF.
2. In the mac version, navigate to libs/FreeImage/lib/osx/
3. Copy the file "freeimage.a" to libs/FreeImage/lib/iPhone
4. In the iPhone version, rename "libFreeImage_iphone_universal.a" to "libFreeImage_iphone_universal_iphone.a"
5. Rename "freeimage.a" to "libFreeImage_iphone_universal.a"

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