On 7/24/03 4:00 AM, "Marcel" <email@hidden> wrote:
> I am using WebKit from a Carbon application. After learning how to wrap
> Objective-C/Cocoa code into C/Carbon I have overall great success with
I am in the process of wrapping Objective-C/Cocoa code into a Mach-O
framework that I will call into from my Carbon app. Is this how you are
doing it? If not, is there a different or better way?
> 2) When I receive an event through a WebView delegate I do not exactly
> know what the best way is to inform my Carbon app. Today I create a
> command event with some parameters and send it to my app. Is this the
> nicest way to go? How can I do this more elegant.
What exactly do you mean by "command event"? I was thinking of using the
same mechanism I'm using in the host app to call my framework, although it's
not beautiful either, see below. Better suggestions appreciated.
static OSStatus Foo(void)
typedef OSStatus (*FooProcPtr)(void);
static FooProcPtr FooProc = NULL;
if (FooProc == NULL)
CFBundleRef appBundle = CFBundleGetMainBundle();
if (FooProc != NULL)
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