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Tuesday September 24, 2002
06:42 PM

CamelBones

[ #7983 ]

Never in my life have I built a GUI app so quickly. I've used all sorts of Perl GUI stuff, Win32::GUI, Gtk, Tk, and now CamelBones.

I wrote a quick app to post to my use Perl Journal. Of course, *then* I discovered JournalX. Besides, mind doesn't work right because I've upgraded my Perl to 5.8.0. I knew that would bite me sooner or later.

Now I wait for my Help Forum message on the SF project to be answered: How do I Compile the Framework?

Otherwise, really really cool!

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  • Casey, you might want to join the macosx@perl.org list. We're a fairly helpful bunch, and Sherm is known to hang out there and answer the occasional CB query.

    David

  • As Theory mentioned, the macosx@perl list seems to be the place for camelbones questions, although there do seem to be a few users around here.

    As for compiling, you just need the source, which comes as a Project Builder project. The instructions [develooper.com] that Sherm gave on the list seem fairly simple. If you want to compile the framework for redistribution in the application bundle, you need to also follow these instructions. [cocoadevcentral.com]
    • Forgot to mention...

      If you do recompile the framework as redistributable, you should then just be able to open up the JournalX app bundle and replace the current CB framework.