[darwinbuild-dev] Modifying build dependencies, + more questions

Thomas Engelmeier te.mlists at googlemail.com
Wed Jan 6 16:37:53 PST 2010

On 06.01.2010, at 22:50, William Siegrist wrote:

Hi Bill, 

>  The metadata is under the .build/ directory if you want to dig into the internals.

OK, I didn't spot the build sparsebundle because the directory is hidden...

> So bottom line, I recommend you copy CoreServices.framework into BuildRoot/System/Library/Framework. For extra safely and sanity, I recommend you use darwinup to install it so you can easily track and uninstall it later. Once you successfully build your new tokend, use "/usr/local/share/darwinbuild/packageRoots" to generate a tarball of the Tokend root. Then you can use darwinup to install that tarball onto your real system. If you get into trouble, boot onto another partition and use darwinup to uninstall your Tokend. Look for the "-p" option in darwinup. 

Awesome. Thanks for your extensive mail. Finally it cleared up _a lot_ I did not understand yet. 

Best regards,

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