So you CAN build an OS X app from another system...

Mark Schonewille m.schonewille at economy-x-talk.com
Sat Jun 12 17:45:14 CDT 2010


Richard,

I just copied the standalone over the network. Zipped and unzipped,  
both work. The hard drives of the PC I used are formatted as FAT32.

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On 13 jun 2010, at 00:22, Richard Gaskin wrote:

> Mark Wieder wrote:
>
>> Saturday, June 12, 2010, 2:37:05 PM, you wrote:
>>
>>> Zipping does work from Windows, which is what I'm doing now (with  
>>> a note
>>> to the user that they have to unzip it; a drag, but I can't find a  
>>> way
>>> around that.
>>
>> I tried it without zipping and it worked that way, too.
>>
>> 1. Build mac standalone on xp
>> 2. copy folder to flash drive
>> 3. copy from flash drive to mac
>> 4. open folder and launch app
>
> Hmmmm...  doesn't work here, and others on this list have tried and  
> failed as well.
>
> What file system is on your USB?
>
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