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?
Have you looked at the CarbonWeb and SimpleCarbonWeb examples in
/Developer/Examples/WebKit/? You really don't have to go to all the
work of creating a bundle or framework for this... unless maybe you
are using CodeWarrior and then only because I've never tried this
with CW's ObjC support. You might not even need to go to the trouble
There's actually very little ObjC code you have to write and most of
it you can find exact examples of in the CarbonWeb sample code.
Depending on how much interaction you need with the browser, you may
not have to include much ObjC at all.
The CarbonWeb example includes a couple class objects that are
created and passed to the Carbon control that wraps the browser for
handling progress and load callbacks. These give you hooks to get
notified of the document title, icon, and load progress as it
happens. If you don't need the information they provide, you don't
have to implement them.