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     1 Use the Xcode command files (located in the Xcode/build-scripts folder)
     2 to conveniently generate a workspace for Xcode 3 or Xcode 4. It also
     3 contains a cleaner script and a convenient script for automatically
     4 running all the test suites.
     6 If you use the script to automatically build the workspace file, you
     7 need to open the workspace at least once after generating it, or it
     8 will give errors that certain schema do not exist within the workspace.
     9 Also, the script depends on Xcode command line tools being installed.
    11 There are separate build files for building for i386 architecture
    12 versus x86_64 architecture. There are separate build scripts for
    13 Xcode 3 versus Xcode 4, but these just use the different toolchains.
    15 There is a script for automatically running through all known supported
    16 tests on that platform.
    18 The Mac OS X projects currently have reliance on the following dependencies:
    20   -AudioToolbox.framework
    21   -AudioUnit.framework
    22   -Cocoa.framework
    23   -CoreAudio.framework
    24   -IOKit.framework
    25   -Carbon.framework
    26   -ForceFeedback.framework
    27   -CoreFoundation.framework
    29 It will also link to OpenGL.framework, as the dependency function for OpenGL
    30 assumes that OpenGL always exists on Mac OS X. However, this is defined in
    31 a segmented way to allow the possibility of no OpenGL support on Mac OS X.
    33 Run the clean script to clear out the directory of Xcode-related files
    34 and binaries.