|Version 1 (modified by rme, 5 years ago) (diff)|
Building Cocotron for use with CCL
First, install Xcode on a Macintosh.
Next, install the Cocotron tools. Follow the directions found at http://www.cocotron.org/Tools/InstallCDT.
With the tools installed, you are ready to build the Cocotron sources. You will need to install Mercurial. Check out the source code with
hg clone http://cocotron.googlecode.com/hg/ cocotron
Next, apply the patch from $REPO/trunk/aux/cocotron/win32/cocotron/cocotron-r59942ee67d15.patch (This patch contains some changes to NSDocument.m and NSApplication.m.) Something like this will probably work:
$ cd cocotron/AppKit $ patch -p2 </path/to/patch
Open cocotron/Cocoa/Cocoa.xcodeproj, and build it.
Now, do the following:
$ mkdir /tmp/cocotron $ cd /Developer/Cocotron/1.0/Windows/i386/Frameworks $ /Developer/Cocotron/1.0/bin/retargetBundle -F . -framework Foundation -framework AppKit -destination /tmp/cocotron
To build interfaces, you need an interface translator. The process is similar to that outlines in BuildFFIGEN, but you use the patches in http://svn.clozure.com/publicsvn/ffigen4/branches/ffigen-x-cocotron, and the gcc sources from the Cocotron tools.
Now, assuming that on your Windows system you have a ccl:cocotron; directory, do the following steps:
- tar up /tmp/cocotron and untar it into ccl:cocotron; on the Windows system
- get the win32-headers directory from svn onto your Macintosh system, go into win32-headers/cocoa/C/ and run populate.sh.
- tar up win32-headers/cocoa/C and move it over to the Windows system
- on the Windows system, parse the ffi files in the usual way, i.e., (require 'parse-ffi) (dotimes (i 2) (parse-standard-ffi-files :cocoa))
If you're lucky, it might work.