I'm not sure how mac frameworks work, but it looks like your compiler is not
linking against the protobuf library.

On Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 9:41 AM, Carlos Gamboa <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Hello. I am trying to add the protocol buffer to my application (for
> iphone) and i have been struggling for about 2 days to figure out how
> to do it. I am new to XCode too by the way. I tried creating a
> framework like Brian Olson suggested on this post:
> http://groups.google.com/group/protobuf/browse_thread/thread/65e781a5e8d6fc06#
> , but i do not know all the things i need to include this framework.
> Here are the steps im following.
> 1. Compile the protobuf project
> 2. On my project, right click on Frameworks and click 'add->existing
> frameworks' and then locate the 'macosx/build/release/
> protobuf.framework' folder. The framework is located at the documents
> folder (documents/macosx)
> 3. I created my .pb.h and .pb.c with the 'protoc' program and added
> them to my project.
> 4. I try to compile, but the following 18 errors appear like this:
>  "google::protobuf::UnknownFieldSet::UnknownFieldSet()", referenced
> from:
>   myNamespace::myProto::myProto() in myProto.pb.o
> ...
> I really dont care if i add it as a framework or as direct code, but i
> have not been able to include the protocol buffer as part of my
> project. Can anyone please help me?
> >

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