|IRC Nick||Time (GMT-7)||Message|
|socek||00:05||is there a way to get path for running browsware that is running ?|
|socek||02:05||or how can I get an browsers argv ?|
|jshanab_wcw||06:05||good morning everyone.
I need a bit of clarification. Does the prepmac end up building a "universal" binary that can be used in 32 and 64 bit browsers? So if I include libraries like libavcodec, etc do I need to do the same. Or is mac smart enough that if the plugin is 32bit and it loads from a universal binary it can load the 32bit part.
|taxilian||08:05||jshanab_wcw: by default firebreath creates universal 32/64 bit plugins, yes
however, you can change that if you need to
details on the prep scripts page
|jshanab_wcw||08:05||Excellent, I just need to make all my libs universal also|
|jshanab_wcw||09:05||Another mac question. If I have the choice of building my 3rd party libs "as a framework" or "as unix style libs" which should I choose?|
|taxilian||09:05||I don't think it matters other than for building libs that link to them|
|jshanab_wcw||09:05||ok, i think i get it|
|taxilian||09:05||if you're using cmake it's probably about the same
raw xcode a framework is likely a bit more useful