Likely newby question. But I looked around a bit and couldn’t find anything in Introjucer or the forum regarding how to have source files that are specific to a given Build platform. For example, I created a little bit of helper Objective C code to deal with a couple of iOS-isms that Juce doesn’t yet address (at least as far as I can tell since I’m pretty new to Juce) such as detecting the virtual keyboard popup / popdown. Code works fine with Juce classes, but of course doesn’t come into play for Builds for other platforms (Linux, MacOS etc). So as I refine my project it would be nice for Introjucer to manage the inclusion (or not) of such files into the relevant build configuration (Xcode project, Makefile, etc) so I don’t have to manually tweak the Xcode projects or whatever with each revision. I could maybe do something like this on my own with #ifdef but it seems there would be a more elegant way of handling this.
Any feedback on this will be very helpful, even if it’s just to get hep to the proper, “jucy” way of doing things.