hi everybody, sience im new to this forum, i say hi! :)
would like to ask a question that im quiet sure i know the answer to, but ill ask anyways…
is there any way to "compile" a max patch to an application on intel mac – to an application that will work on ppc macs?
thanks for your time mates!
Quote: sbx wrote on Thu, 29 May 2008 07:02
> is there any way to "compile" a max patch to an application on
> intel mac – to an application that will work on ppc macs?
Max-built applications are Universal Binary for Intel and PPC by default. File >> Build Application. See the Max tutorials. Make sure your save location is somewhere on the boot partition or it won’t run.
hmm, funny, did all that, (i got only one partition) and it didnt worked for me.. any ideas?
Not all externals are UB. Could be a problem there. Are you using any custom libraries?
no, im using only the ones supplied with 4.6.3… no externals at all… sience i have only one partition i guess i could not go wrong with saving it on the wrong place, no? (regarding boot location)
i made it on my intel macbook, and tried to run it on a g4 ibook running an older version of os x (not sure which, but maybe 10.2 or somthn..) and after i clicked the app nothing happend….
Universal Binary apps require OS X 10.3.9 or higher (and generally 10.4 or higher is a safer bet).
:) should have thought about it… thanks! so i guess there would be no way to bypass this, (taking in count that it must stay an application)
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