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reply Michel Fortin <michel.fortin michelf.com> writes:
Second release in one week! This update is pretty minor and only 
address an issue where after installing the plugin the system doesn't 
register the launcher application for some reason.

You can download D for Xcode 1.0.1 from its project page:
<http://michelf.com/projects/d-for-xcode/>

Change log for D for Xcode 1.0.1:

*   The plugin now registers its launcher application when loaded into Xcode. 
    Previously it was counting on the Finder to register it while copying the 
    plugin, but that isn't always reliable; hence the need for a backup plan.

-- 
Michel Fortin
michel.fortin michelf.com
http://michelf.com/
Nov 23 2007
parent reply Wayne Anderson <wanderon comcast.net> writes:
Michel Fortin Wrote:

 Second release in one week! This update is pretty minor and only 
 address an issue where after installing the plugin the system doesn't 
 register the launcher application for some reason.
 
 You can download D for Xcode 1.0.1 from its project page:
 <http://michelf.com/projects/d-for-xcode/>
 
 Change log for D for Xcode 1.0.1:
 
 *   The plugin now registers its launcher application when loaded into Xcode. 
     Previously it was counting on the Finder to register it while copying the 
     plugin, but that isn't always reliable; hence the need for a backup plan.
 
 -- 
 Michel Fortin
 michel.fortin michelf.com
 http://michelf.com/
 

Great Work!! I used the following directory for the plugin /Developer/Library/Xcode/Plug-ins (there are a number of plugins at this location) I initially tried creating the Plug-ins at the instructed location, but it doesn't seem to work. I believe that /Developer is the default install location for the XCode tools. There's probably a plist entry somewhere that tells XCode where to look for plugins. At any rate the above location works for my installation. Thanks, Wayne
Nov 24 2007
parent Michel Fortin <michel.fortin michelf.com> writes:
On 2007-11-24 21:42:17 -0500, Wayne Anderson <wanderon comcast.net> said:

 Great Work!!  I used the following directory for the plugin
 
 /Developer/Library/Xcode/Plug-ins (there are a number of plugins at 
 this location)
 
 I initially tried creating the Plug-ins at the instructed location,  
 but it doesn't seem to work.
 I believe that /Developer is the default install location for the XCode 
 tools.  There's probably a plist entry somewhere that tells XCode where 
 to look for plugins.

I'm not sure there's a plist file for that. Anyway, there was a typo with the path on the website: "Appplication Support" had three "p" in "Application" (silly me). Perhaps you copy-pasted that path somewhere to create the folders; this could explain why it didn't work.
 At any rate the above location works for my installation.

That location works too indeed. -- Michel Fortin michel.fortin michelf.com http://michelf.com/
Nov 25 2007