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I thought I would begin a thread devoted to compiling resources for those working on porting their software.

Apple's Developer Transition Resource Center

An in-depth look at how Solid Works is making the transition

Xcode 2.1

Xcode 2.1 User guide

For motivation...
Steve's WWDC Keynote

If you come across any more resources, post them here!

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New resources as of October 1st...

Scoping Your Transition Project

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Porting CodeWarrior Projects to Xcode

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Mashugly,

I trying to locate some information on how to develop Java or C UI based application for Mac OS9 and Mac OSX. I would really appreciate if you or someone else on this forum can help me to locate such info. I am at the point of giving up in trying to find anything about Mac OS9. Thanks in advance.

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It's not a link, but it's essential.

Go to the Help Viewer and do a search for "Human Interface Guidelines." You will get a link under Help Viewer that will give you the standard keyboard shortcuts under OS X. It's super annoying (to say the least) to have a great program fail because it isn't using the standard keyboard shortcuts.

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I trying to locate some information on how to develop Java or C UI based application for Mac OS9 and Mac OSX.


Just use Cocoa for your OS X GUI (and forget about OS 9).

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I just found Meow but I'm not sure if it would be of any assistance on Mactel systems.

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There is always Cocoa Dev Central

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Device Driver Fundamentals:

http://developer.app...CH204-TPXREF101A

good read for anyone wanting information on how to code device drivers.

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Lazarus / Free Pascal may be valuable to port Delphi code from Windows to Mac:

http://wiki.lazarus.....org/Portal:Mac





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