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Xcode 5: Gui_Plugin not buildable
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October 17, 2013 - 8:33 pm
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Exported AU xcode projects (GUI version) refuse to build under Xcode 5.

Prompted error is:

"The run destination My Mac 64–bit is not valid for Running the scheme 'BUFF_GUI'.
The scheme 'BUFF_GUI' contains no buildables that can be built for the SDKs supported by the run destination My Mac 64–bit. Make sure your targets all specify SDKs that are supported by this version of Xcode."

Works fine under Xcode 4.6.x. Non-GUI version compiles fine in Xcode 5 also.

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October 17, 2013 - 10:05 pm
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OK thanks - I have not tested in XCode 5 yet; there is a rumor that the AU API is about to change (again) so was trying to wait for that.

However, you may be able to fix this in Xcode by changing the SDK for the Cocoa GUI part of the project. The GUI version of the AU export has two projects inside, one for the Cocoa GUI, the other for the AU object. If you are not really familiar with XCode it might be hard to find the SDK setting.

I'm at AES in NYC right now but will try to check next week when I get back to the office where my new MacBook is located (which has Mt Lion, so I can use XCode 5; current MacBook does not). Hopefully, its just a matter of changing a setting and won't require a lot of new code.

Thanks for the report!

Will

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October 17, 2013 - 11:12 pm
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Fixed by setting the "Base SDK" to "OS X 10.8" for both targets.
(Select target -> build settings -> search for "Base SDK")

Was set to "OS X 10.7 (not found)".

Thx again.

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October 18, 2013 - 4:49 am
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Yes, this happens all the time with AU/XCode - when you use a project designed for a previous version you have to go through that same process; I've had to do this a million times. Also watch out for sample code you get from the internet, especially Apple - they have sample code that is *really* old...

Glad you are up and running!

Will

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