Is part of the Java-Cocoa bridge?

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by foidulus, Sep 24, 2008.

  1. foidulus
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    Jan 15, 2007
    Since QTJava isn't going 64 bit and Apple isn't providing a 32-bit Java 6, we are trying to find a replacement.

    I was reading about method of using Cocoa gui components in Java, but is this part of the Java-Cocoa bridge or not? Apple's web page doesn't really say.

    Would suck to replace one deprecated API with another.

    On a side note, why is Apple so bad at labeling various pages on their developer site as deprecated?

    Another aside: Any chance Apple will ever port QTKit to Windows?
  2. kainjow
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    Jun 15, 2000
    Not sure what you mean. QTKit is a Cocoa wrapper around QuickTime's C functions. There already exists a QuickTime SDK for Windows (in C).

    Regarding your Java question, I'd suggest asking it on Apple's Java-dev mailing list.

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