[ANN] Easily convert your PowerPlant and carbon resources to Carbon-nibs!

[ANN] Easily convert your PowerPlant and carbon resources to Carbon-nibs!

Post by ukw » Sun, 21 Nov 2004 03:25:34


Announcing the release of Migrator version 1.0

http://www.yqcomputer.com/

Migrator allows you to convert your MacOS classic/carbon layout
and string resources to modern Carbon-nib files. Save days of
tedious re-work - just drop your file in, click a button, and
take your new .nib file!


Features:
- Faithful conversion of MacOS Carbon resources to Carbon-nib
- Converts popup menus, control items, tab controls to matching
Carbon-nib versions
- submenus fully supported
- ALL dialog lists converted, not just those with an enclosing
'DLOG' resource
- Automatic setting of Carbon control-IDs and signatures
- Text Encoding-aware

Full PowerPlant Support:
- Converts PowerPlant controls to their equivalent Carbon
controls
- Understands Text Traits to produce correctly-sized controls
- Custom Class support
- Sub-menus, menu-commands and popup menu controls all supported.
- Preserves PowerPlant Commands; optionally maps standard PP
commands to standard Carbon commands

Bring your strings, too!
- Convert classic MacOS string resources to Unicode .strings
files


For more information visit byteform at :

http://www.yqcomputer.com/


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Hi...I would appreciate some suggestions...here's my problem...

I have an app which used to be a pure OS9 app, created in CW8.
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So, now my app runs (relatively) nicely in OSX without needing
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My carbonized app is really just a single application (like in OS9
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I'd like to bring the class, so to speak, of the app up a notch, but
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I know XCode and/or Project/Interface Builder are in my future for this
app, but I'm looking for a quicker interim step to embellish my
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Any suggestions appreciated.

Thanks!

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