CamelBones is a Cocoa/Perl bridge for Mac OS X. It allows developers to use the Perl language to develop GUI applications for Mac OS X using Apple's Cocoa toolkit.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Perl Modules User Interfaces Widget Sets|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
|Implementation||Objective C Perl|
Release Notes: This release is the result of over three years of development, and is now considered stable enough for production use. Future "point" releases will leave the framework essentially unchanged, focusing instead on adding additional utility applications and developer tools to the overall package.
Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix and packaging release, although there are some new additions such as threading support. The "Fat Camel" package was added. This package includes everything in the CamelBones-Dev package, plus compiled binaries for Perl 5.8.4 and the DBI, DBD::mysql, and Mac::Carbon modules from CPAN.
Release Notes: New features include seamless NSArray and NSDictionary bridging, OO support for some Cocoa structs, better UTF-8 support on Panther, support for Cocoa constants and global strings, cleaner outlet and method declarations, bugfixes, and more.
Release Notes: New additions include Panther compatibility, a tiny (140K) new "runtime" download for end users who just want the framework without all the development stuff, several new example projects, automatic creation of Perl wrappers for all linked Objective-C classes, the capability to include version- and architecture- specific module directories in your applications, and more.