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  • 12:31:27 pm on January 22, 2009 | 0

    How do I enable Objective-C++ compilation?
    There are two ways to go about enabling Objective-C++ functionality in your application. The preferred method is to change your file extension to .mm instead of .cpp. This will alert Xcode to set the correct runtime target for your project at build time.
    If you want to retain your .cpp file extension, you can also manually set your Xcode project’s OTHER_CFLAGS build setting to -x objectiveC++ or set the Compile Sources As build setting to Objective-C++.


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