premake/README-ios.txt
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     1.4 +Use the Xcode command files (located in the Xcode-iOS/build-scripts folder)
     1.5 +to conveniently generate a workspace for Xcode 3 or Xcode 4. It also
     1.6 +contains a cleaner script and a convenient script for automatically
     1.7 +running all the test suites.
     1.8 +
     1.9 +The iOS project will be referencing all files related to the top-level iOS
    1.10 +project. The core library will use the top-level include and src directories,
    1.11 +just like the other generated projects, but it will build projects for each of
    1.12 +the Demos in the top-level Xcode-iOS folder. These projects will have any
    1.13 +resources they need copied to be copied over and included as resources. They
    1.14 +will also reference the Info.plist file in Xcode-iOS/Demos.
    1.15 +
    1.16 +iOS support is currently experimental, but it should work just fine for any and
    1.17 +all applications. All of the demos that work from the manually-created Xcode
    1.18 +projects also work for the generated projects. There are a few minor things that
    1.19 +need improving, but nothing major.
    1.20 +
    1.21 +The iOS projects have no major dependencies other than the ones in the manual
    1.22 +Xcode-iOS project. Those are:
    1.23 +
    1.24 +  -AudioToolbox.framework
    1.25 +  -QuartzCore.framework
    1.26 +  -OpenGLES.framework
    1.27 +  -CoreGraphics.framework
    1.28 +  -UIKit.framework
    1.29 +  -Foundation.framework
    1.30 +  -CoreAudio.framework
    1.31 +
    1.32 +All of these frameworks are part of the iOS SDK, not part of the core OS X
    1.33 +system.
    1.34 +
    1.35 +Run the clean script to clear out the directory of Xcode-related files
    1.36 +and binaries.
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