[Adium-devl] Building Adium X and Libpurple
Hardnett at spelman.edu
Wed Apr 2 15:17:01 UTC 2008
Thanks. I looked and I do have 10.4 universal installed. I am trying
After I know I can build, then I will look at the README to customize the
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04/02/08 11:00 AM
Adium Development mailing list <adium-devl at adiumx.com>, Charles Hardnett
<Hardnett at spelman.edu>
Re: [Adium-devl] Building Adium X and Libpurple
On Apr 2, 2008, at 10:13 AM, Charles Hardnett wrote:
It appears to be going farther in Xcode and that is how I would prefer to
build it. I am building on a Mac OS X 10.5.2 MacBook Pro with 4GB of RAM.
My XCode is at 3.0.
Do you have the 10.4 universal SDK installed? It's an option you need to
select from the XCode installer. Look in /Developer/SDKs to see if it's
My other question is how do I go about updating the libpurple in the
AdiumX distribution with the current libpurple or should I only look at
the libpurple that is included with AdiumX distribution. I am interested
in looking at issues regarding file transfer, sound, and video
transmissions and that is why I am wanting to do some work with libpurple.
See the README file in Utilities/dep-build/scripts which describes the
steps you need to take to build a custom version of Libpurple.framework
and use it within your Adium build.
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