[webkit-dev] Set up Webkit under XCode in MacOS

Mark Rowe mrowe at apple.com
Fri Feb 20 16:20:59 PST 2009

On 2009-02-20, at 12:01, ying lcs wrote:

> Thanks But I did follow step 2 and 3.
> I did create a custom location in build of my project info.
> And I did set the active build configuration to be debug
> active target to be project specific
> active executabe to be custom executable

The build transcript from your original email shows it is building in  
to WebKit/build/Debug.  This is the default build product location  
that Xcode uses, and not the location that build-webkit uses like <http://webkit.org/building/debug.html 
 > mentions.  You should set the build product location as the  
instructions indicate.  For example, if the top of your WebKit source  
tree is in ~/WebKit, you would set the path to ~/WebKit/WebKitBuild.

- Mark

> On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 12:19 AM, Mark Rowe <mrowe at apple.com> wrote:
>> On 2009-02-19, at 23:49, ying lcs wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I was able to get the Webkit code from svn and compile using command
>>> line in MacOS 10.5
>>> But  when I was following http://webkit.org/building/debug.html to
>>> setup Webkit project under MacOS, I get compile errors.
>>> Here is what i did:
>>> 1. open Webkit's XCode project
>>> 2. Add a 'new custom executable' and select 'Applications/ 
>>> Safari.app'
>>> and use this as my 'active executable'
>> Perhaps you would like to try following the steps at
>> <http://webkit.org/building/debug.html> that you skipped over.  In
>> particular, steps two and three.
>> - Mark
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