I agree wholeheartedly. This was a great project, and it would be a shame to see it go. I'd be willing to help anyway I can. I can mostly only help coding, I only knew Sherm through Camelbones.


On Tue, Oct 11, 2011 at 7:31 PM, Rachel Blackman <seattlesparks@mac.com> wrote:
So, with Sherm having sadly passed away, this leaves CamelBones in something of a limbo state.  However, I don't think Sherm would've wanted to see the project fade away, and I think seeing it properly moved forward would be

I know from our e-mails that Sherm was very close to a 2.0 version that statically bundled Perl so that it didn't break on system updates.  That seems like a good path to go down, but unfortunately, he hadn't updated the SourceForge source image in a very, very long time.  And but I don't know how to get in touch with his family to see if they could get that off of his computer.

So anyone who works on a Lion-aware version would either have to try to do the interim 'build and bundle a new support bundle for Lion' method, which was already getting pretty hacky, or else would have to start over on all the changes he was making. :(

Anyone have any thoughts on how best to carry on Sherm's legacy, and carry CamelBones on both the way I used it (to allow Cocoa apps to be scripted in Perl) and the way I know others did (to allow entire apps to be written in Perl using the Objective-C interfaces)?

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