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Thread: Adding collada to project in xcode (Mac)

  1. #1
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    Oct 2008
    New Zealand

    Adding collada to project in xcode (Mac)

    Hi all,

    Now that I have Collada built ok, I have tried to add it to my project.
    The framework has installed itself to /Library/Frameworks/Collada14Dom.framework
    There are two folders (Headers and Resources) which are just Aliases (shortcuts) to the build folder.

    This is what I have done (as per Wiki)

    1) Add new framework to project and browse for /Library/Frameworks/Collada14Dom.framework
    2) Add /Library/Frameworks/Collada14Dom.framework/Headers to the 'Header search paths' of the project
    3) Add #import "dae.h" to the actual code

    On building, these are a few of the errors I get:
    [Immediately following the import statement]
    error: new: No such file or directory
    error: syntax error before 'daeMemorySystem'
    error: syntax error before '{' token

    Any ideas?


  2. #2
    hi peter,

    looks like you've added the import statement to a *.m (ObjectiveC) file. Try renaming your file to *.mm (aka ObjectiveC++). This will enable the compiler to find the right C++ standard lib files (e.g. <new>) and allow your ObjectiveC code to be mixed with C++. The DOM is a C++ lib, pure ObjectiveC would only understand C.



  3. #3
    Junior Member
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    Oct 2008
    New Zealand
    Thanks Heinzi, I had a feeling it had to be something simple I was overlooking.

    I'll give this a go over the weekend. My staff have the macs tied up during the week and I don't have much opportunity to use them until then!

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