[Openmcl-devel] Linking StoreKit.framework from CCL and in-app purchases

Alexander Repenning alexander.repenning at Colorado.EDU
Wed Apr 17 07:33:43 PDT 2013

On Apr 16, 2013, at 7:38 PM, Gary Byers wrote:

> I made copies of the StoreKit header files in question, edited out
> the problem construct, and ran the copies through the translator.
> I checked the results into the trunk; AFAIK, you could use them with
> 1.8 or 1.9 as well.

Most excellent. Thank you. We'll report our experiences.

> The change means that SKDownloadState is effectively defined as 'int',
> which is different from 'NSInteger' on 64-bit machines.
> As far as I know, this currently only affects the -[SKDownload state]
> method, which returns a value between 0 and 5 as an NSInteger; CCL
> may treat the return value as an int and sign extend it to 64 bits,
> but the values will always be so small that this doesn't matter.
> On Tue, 16 Apr 2013, Alexander Repenning wrote:
>> On Apr 11, 2013, at 8:32 PM, Gary Byers wrote:
>>      On Thu, 11 Apr 2013, Michael Minerva wrote:
>>            Sorry about that Gary. ?I was excited about the
>>            conversation about CCL and the app store so I wanted
>>            to respond to Paul's email as quickly as possible
>>            when I got in this morning but you're right I should
>>            have tried his suggestion about using
>>            objc::load-framework before commenting on that.
>>            I did notice that there is no StoreKit directory in
>>            the darwin-x86-headers. ?Am I reading the
>>            documentation correctly that this means that I need
>>            to create an interface directory for it (as
>>            described in section 13.5).
>>      That's the general idea. ?I looked at what was involved in
>>      parsing the StoreKit
>>      interfaces and there seems to be another issue.
>> Sounds like switching from GCC to CLANG could be quite the project.
>> Meanwhile, is there a way for us to try to roll our own CL interface
>> to?StoreKit using some existing macros to introduce classes, constants and
>> methods? I assume we only need a pretty small list of classes and methods. I
>> am looking in "14. The Objective-C Bridge" but that seems to assume a .cdb
>> file exists. Is there some low level way to manually create an interface?
>> Alex

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University of Colorado
Computer Science Department
Boulder, CO 80309-430

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