Resources from externals
alex at mindlube.com
Thu Oct 30 10:43:35 CST 2003
On Oct 30, 2003, at 7:10 AM, Gideon Greenspan wrote:
> I have done this, but it seems Revolution does not add my bundle's
> resources to the resource chain automatically. So instead I am trying
> do this manually, using this sort of code:
> The trouble is that CFBundleGetMainBundle seems to give me the
> CFBundleRef for the Revolution application and not my plug-in bundle.
> Surely there must be an easy way to get the CFBundleRef for my plug-in?
You can lookup your contained bundle just as if it's another resource
in the main bundle. See "Locating a bundle using the bundle name"
Also "Locating Resources Inside a Bundle" looks useful.
Once you get the CFBundleRef, it should be fine and present no
problems. However, it seems like it might be better to compile the
original C code into your new external.bundle instead of jumping
through all these hoops.
Good luck! I've never had to access bundle resources from within an
external. I've done it from in a Cocoa application- but that's easier
because I was just dealing with the main bundle.
Alex Rice <alex at mindlube.com> | Mindlube Software |
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