I just got started with oF and so far I’m finding it great.
I know this has been asked quite a lot of times, and sorry if this is a duplicate, but I’d really like to know if it’s possible to create and run oF applications on Mac OS X without XCode
(I wouldn’t mind using Code::Blocks on Mac either but apparently it’s not that stable)
Apparently, I’m not the only one who would like to see this being possible.
The reason is that I’m usually working on Mac / Linux and Windows so having a specific Makefile for each platform would be great, and would allow me using the same text editor on all OS’s
Question: is this being worked specifically for Mac? or is going to be on all archs (or at least all *nixes).
I’d really love to be able to use sublime text for all my platforms, and this would make it possible to just move projects from one arch to the other (almost) seamlessly.
Is there testing needed? any repo out there somewhere?
I started working on a cmake solution. I got it building on OSX + Windows. Linux needs
a bit more work though, but Arturo showed me the new makefiles (which I wasn’t aware of
when I started with cmake files) which basically do what the cmake solution does on linux/osx.
I’m starting to use my cmake solution for coming projects and will fix all necessary things which
will arise during the next coming weeks.
I’ve been using openframeworks for several months now, and recently switched to using a Mac and would like to continue developing my old projects using makefiles like I used on my previous computer (which ran linux mint). I’m glad I found this thread, because it seems to be leading me in the right direction!
I was able to find a makefile to compile programs with on the develop branch in openFrameworks/libs/openFrameworksCompiled/project. I copied it into my project’s main directory, and tried running it just like I did on my old system. I run it and get the following output (on project ‘mandala’):