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Part II. Building Applications

Although Apple's C compiler is based on the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), there are important differences between compiling and linking on the Mac OS X and on other platforms. This part of the book describes these differences and explains how you can package applications for Mac OS X. Chapters in this part include:

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