[Pharo-project] Building the iOS VM - Help
estebanlm at gmail.com
Sat Mar 24 15:09:20 EDT 2012
this are, more or less, the instructions to build an iOS vm:
- cmake 2.8.3 (not working with latest 2.8.7 because chainsets changed)
- xcode 4.1 or 4.2 (not working on 4.3 because cmake is not prepared to build correct project for latest xcode version)
1) clone cog-osx (mine) or blessed from git 
2) in ./image download a 1.4 and install ConfigurationOfCog (latest)
4) in ./build execute
cmake -G Xcode .
5) open iStackVM.xcodeproj
6) add your own provisioning data
7) run :)
El 24/03/2012, a las 3:25p.m., phil at highoctane.be escribió:
> I am trying to build the VM for iOS.
> Got the sources from the ci jenkins server (the ones that built last month, as the current one is red).
> /platforms has something looking like it. (iOS)
> But Cog is x86 and iOS is ARM7.
> So, I guess that I have to build a StackVM for it to work.
> But there is nothing about iOS in the instructions (Part1, Part2, ...)
> The MacOSX VM is documented but not the iOS version.
> As maintenance was taken over from John, how do we build from here? (I also tried from a copy out of squeak-svn to no avail).
> My setup: OSX Lion, latest XCode upgraded from Snow Leopard, so I do have GCC on it as well (as LLVM doesn't work).
> Target devices: iPad 2 3G, iPad 2 Wifi, iPhone 3GS (All with iOS 5.1).
> My wife is a math teacher and my point with all this is to have a working VM running Dr Geo II.
> I am currently having fun with Arduino and would like to bridge it with the iPad through the web (using an Ethernet Shield on the Arduino) - the whole chain running Pharo inside self build VMs.
> The ultimate point is to run a summer camp with kids if I can put everything together by then.
> Thanks in advance,
> Philippe Back
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