I have NO C++ experience, and while my coding experience lets me understand a little bit of what's going on in the example, I still can't wrap my brain around how it all works. I feel like I just need a simple step by step to get me started.
Okay that was painless. I think the issue was that all of the previous times I had tried the default toolbar in XCode has the Build & Go button, but it would always be inactive, which confused me as to what I needed to do in order to get it active to work. The answer of course is to simply build not build and go. Thanks.
The target is a bundle and not an executable so that's why Build & Go is grayed out. You probably only need to add a new custom executable under Executables for Bidule (and also something to copy the compiled bundle into the plugins folder).
Hi sondod, I could not help you get started since I am on Windows only...but now that you are up and running, I would be happy to help if possible. My main interest so far has been on MIDI control & logic, if that is of any use to you.