> One of the features of CamelBones 1.0 will be the ability to package
> stand alone apps that require no external framework, and can be
> "installed" with a simple drag-and-drop. This release takes advantage
> of that - just mount the disk image and drop ShuX wherever you want.
And the application is still under 1MB, which in these days is
definitely considered "light", so this could become the preferred way
to distribute CB apps.
> This is the first beta of ShuX 3.0. It's all-new, rewritten from the
> ground up to use the new features in the upcoming release of
> CamelBones 1.0. It uses Cocoa Bindings, which require Mac OS X 10.3,
> aka "Panther".
If it did not use Bindings, would it still run under 10.2 ?
Or does CB 1.0 itself (and the new embedded framework thing) require
If I understand the embedded framework correctly, it has several
binaries for the different Perl versions that Apple shipped.
So if you did not replace the default Perl (bad idea anyway), it should
work, right ?
If you do want to use a non-standard Perl that you built yourself, and
you built your own CB framework for it, too, will the embedded
framework detect a pre-installed CB framework and use this one instead?
Or alternatively, can the app bundle with the embedded framework be
easily told to do that ?
If any of this is difficult, just ignore me, I am just curious as to
how things work, these are definitely very marginal problems (people
who wipe out their vendor-installed Perl deserve all the troubles that
Thanks for this great new feature,