I haven’t developed anything in C++ since I left BeOS many years ago, so I’m very rusty. And I haven’t used either XCode nor JUCE before so I’m not really sure what I’m doing I’ve wanted to try out JUCE for a couple years but never got the time. So I thought I’d try to take the time now and try to make my first audio plug with it.
I can compile JUCE just fine. And the Hello World app compiles fine as well. But I notice that they are both Intel only, and I fail to compile the other apps that comes with JUCE because of this.
I get this warning followed by a whole bunch of undefined symbols:
warning /Users/babu/Desktop/juce/bin/libjuce.a archive's cputype (7, architecture i386) does not match cputype (18) for specified -arch flag: ppc (can't load from it)
warning prebinding disabled because of undefined symbols
So obviously it never compiles JUCE for PPC. I suppose that it has to do with me commenting out the 10.2.8 support part in the juce.xconfig file?
The thing is that I can’t find seem to find the 10.2.8 SDK, not even on apples site. Where do I find it?
Perhaps there’s another reason for this to happen?
Some help would be really sweet. I just want to get started so that I can start playing with JUCE