Appendix B Building Your Own wxWidgets Applications

This appendix shows you how to use Visual Studio for Windows, KDevelop for Linux, and Xcode for Mac OS X to create your own projects in an IDE. There is also a basic discussion of makefiles that applies to any compiler on any platform, a description of the Bakefile makefile-generation system, information on using the wx-config command, and a list of wxWidgets preprocessor symbols you will find useful when writing your applications.

If you’re new to wxWidgets, we recommend that you initially skip this chapter and use DialogBlocks to get started with compiling your own application, as detailed in Appendix C, “Creating Applications with DialogBlocks.”

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