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XCode Woes

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I currently have a nice framework implemented in visual studio. One solution containing 1 executable project, and 10+ static libraries projects. This is a nice setup, and accomplishes my goals.

Now i am trying to port this over to XCode. and this is where my troubles start.

I am very new to XCode and Mac in general. So please bare with me. What i am trying to do is the simplest of projects, like "HelloWorld 2" lol.

What i want to do is create a workspace that has one project as a static library, and one project that implements that static library. If i can get this simple process down, then i think the rest will fall into place. However, i haven't found any solid tutorials on it. I have found 100+ examples, each doing it differently, and i guess i am looking for best practices here. Also, i have read a ton of places that there is a bug/issue when updating a static library that the target application doesn't update the library reference properly.

If anyone has any suggestions, or a good site for what i am looking for, and i mean step by step hold my hand on this one, at least for now.

Thanks much

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