Apple has once again, decided to reinvent the world. Unfortunately, they still haven’t finished with the last re-invention. It looks like people are going to have to start building things by hand again. Since I appear to have forgotten it, here is a command to show what dynamic libraries are liked to an object file:
otool -L /path/to/app/or/dylib
This is particularly important for C++, which is now apparently fully resurrected. It seems people were just getting too much done with dynamic languages and scripting. OS X (and iOS?) conveniently ship with multiple versions of the C++ standard library so that Apple can claim 100% compliance with the C++ standard.