I'm quite new to cocoa/objective-c/pyobjc, so please forgive the
intrusion of my learning curve onto the list.
I have a Cocoa-Python project that uses the Xcode 3.0 templates.
There's a custom view that I'd like to expose the bindings of to use
in the bindings panel of Interface Builder. I think I'm right in
saying that I need to create my custom view as an .ibplugin for the
Interface Builder library. At least that seems to be the case if I was
talking about a straight Objective-C project. (I'm quite happy to be
corrected on this.)
I've worked through the IB plugin guide (http://developer.apple.com/documentation/DeveloperTools/Conceptual/IBPlugInGuide/index.html#/
/apple_ref/doc/uid/TP40004323) but can't figure out how to load my
python class that codes the view.
My first thought was that the ibplugin should be an Objective-C
project that uses a python plugin (as per the tutorial here: http://pyobjc.sourceforge.net/doc/extending_objc_with_python.php
and some info from here: http://www.jonathansaggau.com/blog/2006/07/python_from_objectivec.html)
Can I have any pointers that may help in setting up an .ibplugin
project that uses pyobjc.