build AppBundler?

Tobias Bley bley at
Fri May 11 05:55:20 PDT 2012

You'll have to use the following option in the ant-task

  <option value="-Xdock:icon=../Resources/${}.icns"></option>

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Am 11.05.2012 um 14:42 schrieb Greg Brown <greg.x.brown at>:

>> However I've found one problems after building my app using the latest
>> code, the icon is not showing.
>> The reason is that in main.m you changed the current directory to
>> NSHomeDirectory before launching the application 
> This is probably a red herring. The working directory shouldn't have any effect on the icon - if it did, any app that changed the working directory to something other than the bundle root at startup would break.
> There does seem to be a problem with the icon and app title, though. For some reason, the icon starts correctly but then quickly changes to the default Java icon. I'm looking into it now.
> G

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