We are a software company which makes development both on MacOs (+iOs) and Windows. We need a cross platform library, which we will use behind our user interfaces for all background logic. To keep the users’ experince same , we prefer to use native GUI elements on Windows and Mac. We use cross-platform libraries for background processes. So in MacOSX basically we need this.
We will start a new Cocoa application and use all GUI features of XCode. We will add the juce library to the project, and using middleware *.mm classes we will reach juce librarry for db, newteok, xml, collection etc. utilities. The problem is that we couldn’t mange to compile a Mac-Style Cocoa application with a juce librarry attached. Either in static or amalgated method, the linker gives a lot of errors.
We wonder if it is possible, what we try to do. If so, can anyone send a simple helloWorld application which uses a native Mac interface (with nib files) with juce librarry included. Or is there very basic thing that we miss?
Mehmed Ali Caliskan