EDIT: Previously I had said that the Xcode project breaks after using the ‘Save and Open in IDE’ step in Windows Projucer. That step isn’t actually necessary - as soon as I save the Projucer file in Windows, the Xcode project breaks.
Summary: Saving a Projucer file in Windows 10 causes the Xcode project build to break, because it modifies the file
OK, not sure if this is an error in my setup, or a Projucer bug. I am working on a plug-in on a Mac system, and doing Windows builds with VMWare running Windows 10. The same project directory is shared between the two platforms (via VMWare’s “Shared Folders” feature).
- I successfully build the plug-in on the Mac side.
- I switch over to the Windows VM, open Projucer there, and re-save the Projucer project file.
- I switch back to Mac, and try to build the plug-in again. It can’t find needed Juce headers, and the build fails.
Comparing before and after running Windows Projucer, the only file that is changed is
So, for starters… why would the Windows Projucer be touching anything inside