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Windows Win32 API to Mac OS X Porting Guide Updated

Apple has updated the "Windows Win32 API-Mac OS X Porting
Guide" to help Windows developers porting their existing C or C++
Windows applications to Mac OS X. The guide introduces Windows
programmers to the Mac OS X procedural APIs for key areas such as
2D/3D graphics, user interface, text handling, networking, and
multiprocessing. It also directs readers to additional resources on
the ADC website, in third-party books, and elsewhere.
http://developer.apple.com/macosx/win32porting/
I found this in the most current issue of the ADC which is quite cool. I will continue with more in the next issue.
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FireStorm is building up speed in programming again. We have successfully created an Alpha Version of FS Evur!


from ADC==
[7] Mac OS X Tool News: OmniOutliner 2.2.1, Surround SCM 1.5,
ActiveDeveloper 2.11

OmniOutliner 2.2.1 from the Omni Group is an idea organizer and
outlining tool. The new version of the popular Mac OS X outlining
tool adds enhancements to the Find, Spell Checking, and Sorting
functions, provides updates to the Keynote preference panel,
and improves XML export.
http://www.omnigroup.com/

Surround SCM 1.5 from Seapine Software is a multi-platform software
configuration management (SCM) solution that tracks software source
code changes, facilitates remote access to a source code repository,
and enforces security and a structured change control process. New
in version 1.5 is integration with Guiffy Software's compare and
merge utility, advanced searching, shadow folders, and additional
speed and usability enhancements.
http://www.seapine.com/

ActiveDeveloper 2.11 from InterACTIVE-Technology is a Runtime
Objective-C & C IDE, JIT Compiler and Debugger, supporting Cocoa.
Version 2.11 improves stability in the live object browser, and
allows you to work without being connected to a network.
<http://www.interactive-technology.com/News/
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For those of you who know of FS Evur, this is the early reworkings of it. Alpha 2.

Dont worry it wont always look this ugly
just letting you all know we are starting work up again!
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going with a different look i see

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nahh just threw it together. Don't get attached to the look of it
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Music/Audio Service Discounts for ADC Members

More than ever, audio plays a very important part of the overall
computing experience. Voice, music and sound effects have become
integral components in many types of software. In association with
the Apple Developer Connection, ASHArecords.com and INFX
Productions, Inc. are offering their music and audio creation and
production services to ADC Premier and Select members worldwide at
substantial discounts.
http://developer.apple.com/mkt/music.html
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They call 5%, or if you pay the gazillion dollars to be a premier member, 15% substantial? I was looking to see if it was like 40%. Now that is substantial.

Maybe I've been reading the wrong sites lately, but it seems to me more and more, that Apple is good at word play and hype. But maybe falls short at the end.

Has anybody else not been impressed by the quality of AAC?

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