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I am just 3 day old baby in MAC OS.

The hierarchy in Visual Studio is:
|-> Project1
|-> Project2
|-> Project3
|-> Projectn

If u want to add new project to your solution just right click on solution file and select add new project.Its so easy..

How about the same in MAC?

I selected new project. And selected standard C++ library under c++ tool.
And I successfully created a libProgram.dylib.
I want to use that library in other project(Not in other window). How to add a project under my current project?

Is there any gud book to learn xcode framework.. please suggest.
Posted 24-Oct-11 5:47am
Updated 24-Oct-11 6:18am

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There is plenty of documentation. XCode is very different from Visual Studio. It's not really "XCode framework", its Cocoa in Mac OS X and iOS architectures, AppKit and Foundation Framework, based on Darwin and Carbon Core on Mac OS X and Core OS with UIKit on top of iOS — a lot of stuff.
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Start with, well, some starting points:[^],[^].

Espen Harlinn 24-Oct-11 14:13pm
Good reply :)
SAKryukov 24-Oct-11 14:14pm
Thank you, Espen.
I happen to do some Mac development these days.

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