[webkit-dev] XCode 2.1 Migration

John Sullivan sullivan at apple.com
Sat Jul 23 16:28:36 PDT 2005

I think I understand what happened.

If you were previously building with XCode 2.1, .xcodeproj  
directories would be automatically created when you launched  
the .xcode project. (You'd get an alert telling you this and giving  
you the opportunity to choose where to place the new project file.)  
Anything created that way would not be in cvs, so when the  
new .xcodeproj files were checked in, cvs would give that "move out  
of the way" error. So that's probably what happened.

So for people who had been using XCode 2.0, the script did the right  
thing by removing .xcode directories. But for people who had been  
uxing XCode 2.1, the script did not remove the .xcodeproj  
directories, thus leading to the "move out of the way" message.  
Removing both .xcode and .xcodeproj directories would have worked  
correctly for everyone, I believe.


On Jul 23, 2005, at 4:10 PM, Kurt Kohler wrote:

> Well I guess I'm really confused. Why did I get "move out of the way"
> errors from cvs on e.g. .cvsignore in the *.xcodeproj directories  
> until
> I deleted those directories?
> John Sullivan wrote:
>> *.xcode will find the old-style project files, which are the ones
>> that should be deleted. New-style project files have the  extension
>> .xcodeproj.
>> John
>> On Jul 22, 2005, at 12:38 PM, Kurt Kohler wrote:
>>> Shouldn't it be \*.xcodeproj rather than \*.xcode?
>>> It's probably obvious to people who are more familiar with the  
>>> command
>>> line than I am, but it slowed me down a bit.
>>> Kurt Kohler
>>> Geoffrey Garen wrote:
>>>> Greetings opensource developers.
>>>> Tomorrow, Thursday 7/21, between 12:00 noon and 1:00 PM PST, the
>>>> Webkit source tree will upgrade to XCode 2.1 project files. Since
>>>> most of you are already using XCode 2.1, this shouldn't affect you.
>>>> However, if you are still using XCode 2.0, you will need to upgrade
>>>> to 2.1 before then.
>>>> Once this upgrade takes place, you should remove your old build
>>>> products directory and your old project file directories. A  
>>>> quick way
>>>> to remove your old project file directories is: find . -name
>>>> \*.pbproj | xargs rm -rf; find . -name \*.xcode | xargs rm -rf.
>>>> Cheers,
>>>> Geoff Garen
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