the base to develop by toolchain?

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  1. acca2o

    acca2o New Member

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    Hi again nice people!!!!
    What's the next step?

    I've an Ipod Touch 3.0
    I installed the open toolchain on xp
    I learned to use putty and winspc to play with files
    I'm a good C and C++ developer

    Now I should like to learn how to build an easy main.m and makefile and complite it, not for Ipod but just to start using the toolchain.

    hen it will be time to learn about the directory skeleton for my ipod applications, to write Objective C code and makefiles.

    What about makefiles? always the same or every application a different one?

    Thanks!!!
  2. gojohnnyboi

    gojohnnyboi Well-Known Member

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    i hope you didn't install the toolchain for 1.x... because it is very likely that you did.
  3. acca2o

    acca2o New Member

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    I installed the toolchain for 3.0 os,
    folowing the tread "build iPhone toolchain for 3.0 in windows via CYGWIN" by demonlj.
    But what about a user guide?

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    I shold like to start understanding makefile writing.
    Thanks.
    P
  4. Pelaez-1

    Pelaez-1 New Member

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    In the toolchain dir, there's a folder called "apps" with source code.
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    acca2o New Member

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    do you mean that the source code in the toolchain dir is a general makefile able to compile all my apps?
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    Pelaez-1 New Member

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    No. It's an example. You can probably change a few things and make it compile your other apps though.

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