[Pythonmac-SIG] entire applications in python?
vivacarlie at gmail.com
Thu Oct 4 01:46:32 CEST 2007
On 10/3/07, Nehemiah Dacres <vivacarlie at gmail.com> wrote:
> Seriously, before you go learning Objective C, I suggest you continue
> with python and learn the basics of py2app. complete apps in c++ are written
> or ported in either the carbon environment or to make it reall OSX like,
> objective C++. Both of these environments are documented on apple's site. If
> you want a truly portable app, try KDE as a basis or gtk cocoa port, or find
> out how xchat was ported to mac so cleanly (it even does transparency!) For
> mac USERS, I would suggest "mac osx the missing manual", if you wan't to
> learn cocoa then Aaron Hillegass's book is king, that and Step Into Xcode is
> a good tutorial on the xcode programming environment (though slightly
> dissorganized by my opinion after a short checkout of my library). Finally
> for the Final book, try the 3 inch (i kid u not) Mac OSX system internals (
> osxbook.com). I wouldn't go into that unless you want to do Operating
> system programming or to fully grok mac OS 10.
On 10/3/07, Mark Livingstone <livingstonemark at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Brett,
> On 04/10/2007, Brett Calcott <brett.calcott at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Is there "the book" for learning the basics of the mac system?
> > Likewise, is there a book on objective-c for experienced programmers?
> I don't know if you are a podcast listener. There is a helpful Mac /
> Objective C available through iTunes called Cocoacast
> (www.cocoacast.com) which uses Aaron Hillegass' book to teach
> Best Regards,
> Pythonmac-SIG maillist - Pythonmac-SIG at python.org
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