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  1. iphone8130hak's Avatar
    so this works
    Keithsta
    2010-04-17 03:33 AM
  2. Pierre-Marie Baty's Avatar
    Hello all,

    I've juste built and wrapped a key-in-hand iOS compilation environment for Windows. It can compile and pseudosign iOS binaries for iOS 3 onwards (iPad compatible), up to 4.2.

    The Darwin/BSD subsystem is based on Cygwin. The ARM cross-compiler and linker is GCC. The codesigning tool is Saurik's ldid, ported to Win32. A binary/XML PList editor is included (needs iTune libraries).

    Check it out here: iOS Build Environment for Windows by Pierre-Marie Baty

    You don't have to mess with VMWare or stuff. Just get, install and start coding. It works.

    Only 30 euro
    Last edited by Pierre-Marie Baty; 2010-11-21 at 06:35 PM.
    2010-11-21 06:32 PM
  3. rhart96's Avatar
    Ok im making an app for a school project but i only have a pc so after reading different things on the internet this is what i did to get it working. Note: your computer must be able to accept the vanilla mac osx kernal

    1:A Mac OS X 10.6 Install DVD (which you can buy from Apple)
    2:MacOSXUpdateCombo10.6.4 package (free from Apple)
    3:iBoot
    4:MultiBeast (also from tonymacx86)

    How I did it

    1. download virtual box
    2. download all required software
    3. install virtualbox and create a new operating system
    4. pick mac osx server
    5. Use as much ram as you can spare
    6. once the system is set up go into ios on your computer and make sure virtualization is enabled
    7. in virtual box boot from the iboot iso
    8. then "eject" the iboot disc when it loads
    9. insert the mac osx iso
    10. push f5
    11. go through and install the system
    12. when the system is installed ruun multibeast (this will allow you to boot straight from the hdd)
    13. update mac
    14. restart


    I have used this for around 3 weeks with the only issue being that i dont have any sound. Also it can be a little laggy at times.

    Hope this helps,
    Ryan
    Last edited by rhart96; 2010-11-24 at 12:39 PM.
    Even if I didnt help you please click thanks :X
    2010-11-21 07:34 PM
  4. carl.gunther's Avatar
    Seems like there are a lot of people that are using the SDK one way or another. I just received my iPhone 3 development book and of course they suggest using the official SDK with the mac but I already have a pc running Win7 Ultimate and don't want to buy a Mac just to program.

    I would like ANY info on how to program on my pc, don't have a prefrence on how to do it or morals just want to do it and be able to make apps to port to the iPhone,touch,and iPad.

    Thank you for your help!!

    AMD Phenom II x4 940BE 3.1 GHz
    4GB DDR2 RAM
    ASUS M4N78 PRO MB
    GeForce 260 GTX OC 55 GPU
    Win 7 Ultimate
    2010-12-26 07:18 PM
  5. Pierre-Marie Baty's Avatar
    Well, check this out :

    iOS Build Environment for Windows by Pierre-Marie Baty

    I am about to upload 2 more samples, one GL cube and a reworked port of Wolfenstein 3D. I can send them to you right now if you want, they compile and run fine on my jailbroken iPhone.
    2010-12-26 07:22 PM
  6. carl.gunther's Avatar
    Please send them over. If I need to run them on some mac all I have is the iTouch

    Thank you Pierre! please send thoes over I'm interested in seeing them and the source code. If I need to use a mac os to run them I only have an iTouch at the moment
    Last edited by carl.gunther; 2010-12-26 at 07:30 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2010-12-26 07:30 PM
  7. Pierre-Marie Baty's Avatar
    Please find the examples for my build environment here :

    http://www.pmbaty.com/iosbuildenv/HelloWorld.zip
    http://www.pmbaty.com/iosbuildenv/GLCube.zip
    http://www.pmbaty.com/iosbuildenv/SambaSettings.zip
    http://www.pmbaty.com/iosbuildenv/smbtoggle.zip

    They include commented source code, resource PList & Makefile. Just unzip it in the build environment's Projects folder, fire up the environment shell (look for it in your Start Menu), type "make" and enjoy.

    If you need a binary PList editor for Windows you can use the one supplied with the build env.

    Feedback appreciated
    Last edited by Pierre-Marie Baty; 2010-12-26 at 09:26 PM. Reason: added base URL.
    2010-12-26 08:07 PM
  8. carl.gunther's Avatar
    Pierre,

    Thanks alot for all the great info. I'm still out of town w/ Fam for holidays but will be back coding in a few days. I've just started so I'll keep you updated on any problems and concerts I have along the way.

    Thanks,
    ~Carl
    2010-12-27 08:11 PM
  9. Pierre-Marie Baty's Avatar
    FYI, my build environment has recently been updated with the latest SDK that GCC supports (3.1). The headers disposition has been refactored, leading to a substantial save in the installer's size.

    A complete, key in hand solution for building and pseudo-signing native iOS apps on a Windows computer, SDK, compiler and samples included, in less than 80 Mb. Lots of positive feedback, it feels good

    iOS Build Environment for Windows by Pierre-Marie Baty
    2011-01-28 06:14 PM
  10. Pierre-Marie Baty's Avatar
    Sorry for the double post, but I think such a news deserves a bump.

    Major update of the build env: now supports Visual Studio.

    Yes, you can compile your iOS apps directly within Visual Studio ! Visual C++ Express (Microsoft's freeware version of Visual Studio) also works.


    Check it out! Same address: iOS Build Environment for Windows by Pierre-Marie Baty
    2011-05-11 09:51 PM
  11. ICydiaify's Avatar
    Don't know how to dual boot helppp
    2011-05-12 08:03 PM
  12. egas5241's Avatar
    Sorry for the double post, but I think such a news deserves a bump.

    Major update of the build env: now supports Visual Studio.

    Yes, you can compile your iOS apps directly within Visual Studio ! Visual C++ Express (Microsoft's freeware version of Visual Studio) also works.


    Check it out! Same address: iOS Build Environment for Windows by Pierre-Marie Baty
    Hi, i've downloaded your package and tried to compile "HelloWorld"'s default application and i successfully compiled it but, when i try to install it on my ipod touch 2nd generation it does not appear on the ipod's menu.
    I've done that thing "chmod +x HelloWorld.deb" and installed it with iFile.
    2011-07-08 03:53 PM
  13. raduga's Avatar
    Hi, i've downloaded your package and tried to compile "HelloWorld"'s default application and i successfully compiled it but, when i try to install it on my ipod touch 2nd generation it does not appear on the ipod's menu.
    I've done that thing "chmod +x HelloWorld.deb" and installed it with iFile.
    Instructions may have been a little unclear (or else I, didn't read them correctly the first time through, either) but there's no need to chmod the .deb install package.

    AFTER you install the .deb package, you THEN go to /Applications/HelloWorld.app/
    and chmod all the files to be readable, and the binary HelloWorld to be executable.

    run these from your iphone:
    # chmod -R a+r /Applications/HelloWorld.app/
    # chmod a+x /Applications/HelloWorld.app/HelloWorld

    __________________

    An alternative (better) idea would be to add the following to your build process:
    run these on your development PC:
    1. Create a file named "postinst" in /Projects/HelloWorld/
      PHP Code:
      #!/bin/sh

      chmod -R a+/Applications/HelloWorld.app/
      chmod a+/Applications/HelloWorld.app/HelloWorld
      exit 
    2. chmod 755 postinst
    3. Add the following to the 'deb:' section of your Makefile:
      PHP Code:
       @cp -f postinst $(NAME)/DEBIAN/postinst 


    The first way is slightly less complicated, but the end-user will have to run this on their i-device every time the App is installed.
    The second way- everything gets fixed by Cydia. Less hassle on the target.
    Last edited by raduga; 2011-07-08 at 11:46 PM. Reason: automerge of unrelated posts
    2011-07-08 11:38 PM
  14. sudhan's Avatar
    3rd Party Apps For iPhone Topic in this forum is very interesting.





    2012-02-16 04:44 AM
  15. expl0itfinder's Avatar
    VMware is no fun I use virtualbox!
    (null)
    2012-02-24 03:34 AM
  16. iGamers's Avatar
    I have OS X Lion 10.7.2 with Xcode 4.2 on my Gateway FX P-7805u along with 64-bit Windows 7 Ultimate, runs beautifully, I had to replace my wifi card though because the original one wouldn't work on my Lion partition, huge 17 in screen with 1440x900 resolution, 4 GB of ram and a 2.39 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor, it's very very smooth, no lag
    2012-03-12 03:23 AM
  17. rraallvv's Avatar
    This is about iOS Build Environment for Windows by Pierre-Marie Baty

    Sorry for bumping this old thread, but the build environment was updated and there is not so much out there about it, so I'm just curious.

    Apparently jailbreaking the device is no longer required.

    I'm downloading VS Express 2010, just in case it doesn't work in the new release.

    Also there seems to be some GPL tools being distributed with the free bundle, so how could I get the source code? I guess I dont have to pay to get the source, to see if I can remove the limitation.
    2013-10-08 04:12 PM
  18. John_723's Avatar
    thanks for the link
    2014-01-17 07:59 AM
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