Using the macx-xcode makespec (Xcode 2.0 and gcc 4.0), I'm able to
build a .dylib file. However, it does not create the symbolic links
for the versioned files. For example, after building, I would expect
libfoo.1.0.dylib -> libfoo.1.0.0.dylib
libfoo.1.dylib -> libfoo.1.0.0.dylib
libfoo.dylib -> libfoo.1.0.0.dylib
All I get from Xcode is libfoo.dylib. Linking my app against this
library works fine. However, when I try to run the app, it fails
becuase it can't find libfoo.1.dylib.
I can get around this by manually creating the symbolic link, but why
doesn't the macx-xcode project create them?
BTW, it works correctly using the macx-g++ makespec.