I've been playing around with the latest XCode 4.2 and managed to use
the TeXmacs xcodeproject without too many modifications. Those which do
not interfere with XC3 are already in the SVN. If someone wants to give
it a try, then I might spare you a bit of head scratching with the
following few tips:
- Fix Base SDK for all configurations, point it to any valid one.
Why: $(DEVELOPER_SDK_DIR) is no longer valid / necessary, now it
suffices to set this to "macosx10.5" for instance. (XCode4 is
distributed via AppStore and has everything in its bundle)
- Change compiler to GCC 4.2. Why: LLVM 3.1 complains about arrays
of non-POD objects.
- Change architecture to 64 bit. Why: it won't compile for 32 bit
(in my 64 bit system), because of "Integer constant is too large for
long type" in fast_alloc(), fast_free(), fast_new()
- Edit schemes (CMD+<) and deactivate debugging of document
versions in the options tab. Why: otherwise XCode will pass some
parameters in the command line which TeXmacs doesn't understand.