blog Using the new Cocoa-Eiffel framework

dfurrer's picture

I am busy working on the Vision2-Cocoa implementation and have some nice additions for better interaction with Objective-C ready, the code is now void-safe and the Cocoa-Eiffel wrapper is much more complete. But more about that some other time. For now I just want to take a short break and present you the "New Cocoa Application Wizard" which I wrote yesterday.

blog First preview of the new EiffelVision2 for the Mac

dfurrer's picture

It's been around 6 weeks now since I started writing the Cocoa implementation of EiffelVision. Many people told me that they are interested in the port and I'd like to give you a quick update.

blog Finally a Decent Subversion/Git Mac Client!

paulbates's picture

I've been searching for a decent graphical SVN client for OSX for a while. In amongst a little cleaning via a rebuild of my applications folder/preferences/system utils, for my new MacBook Pro, I came across a SVN/Git client that is outstanding. It's called Versions.

blog Announcement: Starting work on EiffelVision for Mac OS X

dfurrer's picture

I started working on a new port of EiffelVision for Mac OS X.

My plan is to use Cocoa (instead of Carbon as with the unfinished "vision4mac" port) and I'll be working on it 100% during the next 6 months.

blog High Hopes for GTK+ on OSX

paulbates's picture

Mac fanatics out there might have heard that there is native implementation of GTK running on MacOSX. There's been a bit of backlash against the port because it doesn't provide a native MacOSX look and feel, but we are assured that they are working on it.

blog A little help for Mac users

paulbates's picture

I've been in hiatus from using EiffelStudio on the Mac for a while because since the upgrade to Leopard, EiffelStudio exhibited some strange behavior related to expose actions. As a result elements of the UI, that are custom drawn, went missing. I was left unable to see set breakpoints and the docked tool tabs.

blog Good Vision(s) are priceless

bayt's picture

Last week visited two of my students who are doing an internship in the Bay Area. On the way up I had a car accident - a tiny stone fell from the side of the road and shattered my car's window to thousands of little splinters. I was driving alone and nothing happened to me besides the shock. Luckily I could exchange the car soon after that - check out the picture below:

Syndicate content