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.
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After nearly a year's worth of work we are truly excited to introduce Cappuccino 0.9.7, a major update to the Cappuccino framework featuring a massive number of new features.
Since Cappuccino is such a wide framework, ranging from a low foundations such as our Objective-J compiler, all the way up to the full featured, fully themable UI kit AppKit, it's incredibly hard to summarise all the changes. But here's our best stab at it:
Objective-J 2.0 now supports pass by reference using the new
@deref syntax. Pass by reference allows you to store a reference to a variable in a different variable and then to pass it around. Among other things this makes it possible to send a message which returns multiple values (one as the return value, and an arbitrary number as output variables).
Cappuccino 0.9.6 is a stable build of Cappuccino for those of you not yet ready to update to Objective-J 2.0.
Are any of the following true?
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)