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Hi all,

I am hereby looking forward to have some insight of Carbon as a framework ?

Please dont point me to the site of Carbon,

Actually i want to know how is it different from other open source frameworks and what is the most appreciated feature of Carbon?

Can anyone throw some light on the same.

Any pointers, suggestions would be appreciated?

Saurabh
 
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The only framewok called Carbon that I'm aware of is the Apple Mac API; is that what you're talking about? It's not open source, and I don't think it has a lot of competition for programming the Mac. Its benefit is that it runs on OS 9 and OS X, but the downside is that it doesn't support the newer OS X features. The Cocoa API does that, but it's not available on OS 9.
 
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Originally posted by Ulf Dittmer:
The only framewok called Carbon that I'm aware of is the Apple Mac API; is that what you're talking about? It's not open source, and I don't think it has a lot of competition for programming the Mac. Its benefit is that it runs on OS 9 and OS X, but the downside is that it doesn't support the newer OS X features. The Cocoa API does that, but it's not available on OS 9.



Hello,
I think you are getting in wrong direction.The link to the Carbon framework which i am talking off is as follows:

http://carbon.sourceforge.net

So have a look at it.

Saurabh
 
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What do you want to know about carbon? The project is, as far as I know, dead.

I designed it and lead its development. From my admittadly biased perspective, I think it had some very interersting concepts and features, but never gathered the momentum needed to make it.
 
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