Spent most of today learning more about NSTableView, memory management and other things Cocoa/Obj-C/xCode.
What came of it?
I made a little app for keeping track of shares – via finance.yahoo.com.
Includes an open/save dialog so you can have a ‘portfolio’ to open again at a later time.
ATM I think it only runs in OS X 10.6.
MyShares (301 downloads)
MyShares xcode project (340 downloads)
Yesterday I decided I have to give up on PyObjC for the moment and step into the world of Objective-C.
I have got to a point in developing SubIt that I can’t seem to get enough out of the PyObjC bridge to be able to get what SubIt needs.
So now I am in the process of rewriting SubIt in Obj-C.
Obj-C seems weird and complicated and I can’t see why it has to be this way when Python/Ruby seem just so much much easier to understand. Oh well, I have taken the plunge.
I spent most of yesterday reading a great and easy to follow PDF called “Become An Xcoder“, available for free download:
I have been looking at a bunch of podcasts/videos/books and to me this PDF was the quickest/easiest way to get a little up to speed.
SubIt 1.0.1 is here!
Support for Non-ASCII characters
Method for cleaning up Overlapping Timecode
For a little bit more info:
My new project – create a mac app that allows a user to view a video and create a “subtitle” text file on the fly.
Update: I created a dedicated page for SubIt – my attempt at creating a SubTitle file creator application with PyObjC