I'm not sure what to tell you about the .xcodeproj file. I don't know much
about Mac OS "bundles." On my machine (a Powerbook running Mac OS 10.4.7),
when I download the Klein distribution from the website and double-click it
to unzip it, I can find the klein_C_code.xcodeproj file and it shows up
correctly (as a single bundle, not a directory).
Alex suggested that the problem might have something to do with different
versions of Xcode. We've been using Xcode 2.3. I don't know whether that's
likely to make a difference or not.
Is your Macintosh PowerPC-based or Intel-based? I'd be happy to send you my
kleinDebugServer executable, but I've only got a PowerPC version.
In any case, though, you shouldn't need the debug server just to browse
through the sources. At what point during the file-in process do you run
into errors? (What does the console output look like?) The postFileIn for
the vmKits module tries to run Klein's automated test suite (which requires
the debug server to be working), but by the time you get to that point, all
the Klein source code has been filed in. Assuming you've gotten to that
point, you should be able to browse through the sources (maybe after closing
the existing Self world and opening a new one) with no trouble.
On 9/29/06, Jecel Assumpcao Jr <jecel(a)merlintec.com> wrote:
> This is a bit off topic, but yesterday I was trying to install Klein 0.1
> into a Self 4.3 image on a Mac running MacOS X 10.4 but was unable to
> follow this simple instruction:
> - Use Apple's XCode to open up the klein_C_code.xcodeproj file in the
> klein_C_code/xcode/klein_C_code directory.
> One problem is that I have a directory with that name, not a file. Given
> the "bundles" stuff in MacOS X (where a directory can mascarade as a
> file some of the time) I figured that this might be normal, but trying
> to open this from Xcode 2.0 has no effect at all. Inside the directory I
> see three files: project.pbxproj, ungar.mode1 and ungar.pbxuser
> Clicking on the first or the third opens up Xcode but with no project
> open. And trying to open these files from Xcode also has no effect. By
> that I mean everything is exactly as before and there are no error
> messages at all.
> Since when loading Klein into Self it runs a lot of stuff and then
> crashes due to the missing debugServer I didn't get very far. I am not
> actually planning to run Klein but just to browse through the sources
> (which I could do in any text editor loading the .self files directly,
> but outliners are soooooooo much prettier!).
> -- Jecel