This is getting fun. After the difficult hurdle of class registration
and subclassing, lots of other stuff is just falling together easy as
can be. You'd almost think I'd planned it that way. :-)
I've updated the Xcode "Cocoa App" project template, and added a "Cocoa
NSDocument App" template. (By the way, if anyone still cares about
Project Builder, this would be a good time to speak up. I have no plans
to update and/or add any PB templates unless someone asks.)
I've added two new examples. The first is a trivial example of using
bindings with User Defaults. It actually has no Perl code at all that
isn't in the basic app template.
The second is called "CamelWriter" - it's the classic "15-minute Word
Processor" example ported to Perl. It's got a surprising amount of
functionality in it, given the tiny amount of effort.
It's all in CVS, as usual.
Cocoa programming in Perl: http://camelbones.sourceforge.net
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