My iPhone applications are getting new error messages at calling [UIImage drawInRect: ] method since the upgrade to iOS 5:
I can’t get rid of them.
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I’d like to pre-build a platform independent SQLite database with Java desktop app. This database file with FTS (Free Text Search) indexes will be embedded into Android and iPhone applications. How can I install an SQLite3 free text search (FTS3) module for my Java desktop application? Somehow this binary, library (or app file) cannot be found on the net. Environment: OS X 10.6, NetBeans IDE, Java Swing desktop app with sqlite-jdbc-3.7.2.jar wrapper.
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‘ld: warning: directory not found for option’ warning message pops up when I am building an iPhone application Archive with Xcode 4. The app links two static libraries – namely libOAuth.a and TwitterApi.a – and builds without errors and warnings with Xcode 3.2.5 and strangely with Xcode 4 when the configuration is set to Debug. I was suggested to copy these files to the ‘derived’ folder before I build the app. I copied them to that folder without any improvement. I googled the net but found no solution. I have never met this problem.
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Thanks to Jeff LaMarche’s SQLite Persistent Objects library I could build SQLite database projects around his code. Since I switched to Xcode 4 I am struggling. My codes in an iPad – iOS 3.2, 4.2, 4.3 – project hang up or return errors. The same code runs smoothly on iOS 3.2 devices but not on 4.2 and 4.3!
I do not want to mess up with Core Data. SQLite Persistent Objects is simple approach for data persistence, but what’s wrong with Xcode 4?
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