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Subject:   Error in code
Date:   2004-04-06 17:38:27
From:   flashbios
There is an error in the code if you wish to compile the program. In Book.h add the line:

#import <Cocoa/Cocoa.h>


#import <Foundation/Foundation.h>

and everything will compile fine.

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  • Error in code
    2004-04-09 17:18:20  jwnestor [View]

    I cant get the project to compile, with or without the above recommendation. I get two errors as follows

    PBXCp build/Bibliotecha.app/Contents/Info.plist build/Bibliotecha.build/Bibliotecha.build/Info.plist

    cd /Users/jwnestor/Desktop/Bibliotecha
    /Developer/Tools/pbxcp -exclude .DS_Store -exclude CVS -resolve-src-symlinks /Users/jwnestor/Desktop/Bibliotecha/build/Bibliotecha.build/Bibliotecha.build/Info.plist /Users/jwnestor/Desktop/Bibliotecha/build/Bibliotecha.app/Contents
    /Users/jwnestor/Desktop/Bibliotecha/build/Bibliotecha.build/Bibliotecha.build: No such file or directory

    PBXCp build/Bibliotecha.app/Contents/PkgInfo build/Bibliotecha.build/Bibliotecha.build/PkgInfo

    cd /Users/jwnestor/Desktop/Bibliotecha
    /Developer/Tools/pbxcp -exclude .DS_Store -exclude CVS -resolve-src-symlinks /Users/jwnestor/Desktop/Bibliotecha/build/Bibliotecha.build/Bibliotecha.build/PkgInfo /Users/jwnestor/Desktop/Bibliotecha/build/Bibliotecha.app/Contents
    /Users/jwnestor/Desktop/Bibliotecha/build/Bibliotecha.build/Bibliotecha.build: No such file or directory

    Running 10.3.3 on a G4. Other projects compile OK. Any thoughts? Thanks
    • Error in code
      2004-04-12 22:07:32  johnts [View]

      I had this happen too. For some reason the project file that you can download is set to "Read Only". Do a Get Info on the project folder, click the arrow for the Ownership & Permissions section and make sure it's set to "You can Read & Write".
  • Not an error...
    2004-04-07 01:20:14  sporkstorms [View]

    No, not really. The Book class is purely a data class - the M(odel) of MVC ;).
    In fact, you shouldn't be importing Cocoa.h in it.

    The only classes that will be using Cocoa will be MyDocument - which Xcode creates automagically when you start a new cocoa document-based application - and possibly your controller if you subclassed NSArrayController.