Here's a quick update on what's new with Cappuccino for the last two weeks.
Cappuccinoare now on http://gitter.im/cappuccino/cappuccino. Don't hesitate to come and ask whatever you want!
Cucappis now available in a sub-repository of
Cappuccino(https://github.com/cappuccino/cucapp). Thanks Daniel Parnell!
Here's a quick update on what's new with Cappuccino this past month.
xCodeCapphas been upgraded to version 3.1.
capp_lint) of the current project from
We're very pleased to today announce our new Cappuccino Issue Reviewers. You might already have seen them cleaning up the issue backlog over at GitHub, sometimes closing already fixed bugs, sometimes tagging and structuring up languishing issues.
Basic support has been added for
nib2cib. (Alexander Ljungberg)
Lazy support for
base64() added to
+dataWithBase64 methods added to
capp_lint has been added to the Tools directory.
capp_lint is a command-line tool to check code conformance with the Cappuccino style conventions. Anyone submitting pull requests should use
capp_lint. Note that if you use the SublimeLinter plugin with Sublime Text 2,
capp_lint is built in. (Aparajita Fishman)
What's new in Cappuccino in the past two weeks:
Some major new features have been added to
nib2cibnow supports User Defined Runtime Attributes in Interface Builder.
nib2cibnow supports userland NS classes. This is a huge new feature that allows you to add
nib2cibsupport for your own classes without modifying
nib2cib. Along with User Defined Runtime Attributes, you can now place and configure your own view classes in
We've been using Slicehost for some of our development work at 280 North and have been really pleased with the results.