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StepTalkKit (and porting to GNUstep)

From: Stefan Urbanek
Subject: StepTalkKit (and porting to GNUstep)
Date: Tue, 30 May 2006 14:35:38 +0200
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I have created a prototype of StepTalkKit framework with reusable conversation
panel (similar to an instant messenger window). The panel can be used in any
application as simply as:

STContext *context; /* Assume this exists and is set up */
STConversationPanel *panel;

panel = [[STConversationPanel alloc] init];
[panel setContext:context];
[panel makeKeyAndOrderFront:nil];

With this you can lively talk to objects in your application. You can use it
either for debug purposes during development or having it as another  way of
interacting with application objects.

More information with screenshot can be found here:


At this moment it is just tiny framework with few classes and one .nib file. As
I was watching this list, Greg is intensively working on .nib support for
GNUstep/Gorm. Is someone is interested in porting the framework to GNUstep? I
will provide him with sources.


Stefan Urbanek

First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then
you win.
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