(last edited on April 29, 2014 at 1:29 am)
A quick side-journey into debugging Microsoft Visual C++ projects. Of particular interest to me are runtime checking of invalid objects, as Crixa seems to have a few bugs related to them.
Also, I learned what a Framework is in Xcode, and how to set the damn paths to them. A Framework is a more convenient way to distribute a software development kit, with the various subdirectories for includes, source files, resources, etc. Ordinarily you woul have to set up multiple paths; with a Framework, you just have to set up one.
Of course, you still need to know where to set the path to the framework. It’s one of those mysterious “what #$%@! buttons do I press to set the compiler and linker settings in this !@&#! IDE?”