After 'successfully' building the plugin. Just the .bundle file is being created and not the .component file. Either building using the ALL target or the AU target behaves the same.
My current folder structure:
Â Â AU_SDK/
Â Â Â Â AUPublic/
Â Â Â Â myprojects/
Â Â Â Â Â Â vstgui4/
Â Â Â Â Â PublicUtility/
Â Â myprojects/
Â Â Â Â VolumePluginI/
Â Â Â Â vstgui4/
Â Â - MacOS 10.15.7
Â Â - ASPiK SDK 1.6.5
Â Â - Xcode 11.5
Thanks for the help in advance!
- EDIT: Generated another FX plugin and this Xcode project creates the .component file. The first one stil doesn't creates it.Â
Well, first your paths don't look correct as you have two myprojects folders - there should only be one, in parallel with the two AU folders as in the docs:
Inside that one and only myprojects folder you should have the vstgui4 folder and the folders for all your AU projects (e.g. volumeplugin) in parallel with it.
The AU plugin builds two targets. You select the target on the upper left - you can choose ALL_BUILD or individual targets from that drop list. If you use ALL_BUILD it will build both the plugin (component) and the GUI (bundle). Then, the bundle will be stuffed into the component, and that is copied to your local AU folder. You can also build one or the other.Â
If you use ALL_BUILD then it should build both targets. If it does not, you should get errors and you can see the build log in the Report Navigator.
so I see with some plugins, like waves and a few others, that the .bundle file is included (installed) on the system. Do I need to include the .bundle file in my installer with the .component file and, if yes, where should the .bundle file get installed?Â Â
It should be copied into the component in the /Contents/Resources (the .component is secretly a directory).
The cmake files which create the xcodeproj file set a PostBuild rule which should take care of this.
If you build the ALL_BUILD target, all these tasks, as well as signing, should all get done in the correct order. Take a look in the Project Settings page if you want to understand better what the build is actually doing.
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