Adding to

Adding to

Post by philipdurb » Mon, 29 Sep 2008 02:54:58

The other day[1] Paul Johnson mentioned that the FAQ for the XXXX@XXXXX.COM
mailing list is located at
and I thought it might be nice to add this link to

My message to XXXX@XXXXX.COM bounced, however, so I thought
I'd see if anyone on this list has the power and interest in adding
the FAQ link and fixing the feedback address at

Thanks in advance to anyone who can help with either of these items.



p.s. Here's the bounce:

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1. "Perl Elements to Avoid" Document on


> AFAIK wxCocoa is still 'development' though it has come a long way.

Yea, it hasn't changed much in the past couple years though compared to the
carbon port - with Kevin and others its really taken off.

You can see :mss:72674:200502:ahjoipadkfpckecdhglm

for an accurate summery. I was a little harsh though, maybe due to
frustration over it though - there's a lot of cocoa programmers, just not a
lot who want to work on wxCocoa I guess. David's done a good job
maintaining it though.


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