Kakaw is a set of extensions to Cocoa (mainly AppKit) that aims to make OSX UI development easier and faster.
If you are using Kakaw in your project, let me know. You're not obligated to, but it would make my day :)
Kakaw supports OSX 10.6+.
- Add Kakaw as a submodule to your project:
git submodule add email@example.com:Lejdborg/Kakaw.git Dependencies/Kakaw
- Drag and drop Kakaw.xcodeproj into your application's Xcode project or workspace.
- On the "Build Phases" tab of your application target, add Kakaw to "Target Dependencies".
- Add Kakaw to the "Link Binary With Libraries" phase.
- Add Kakaw.framework to your "Copy Frameworks" build phase. If you don't already have one, simply add a "Copy Files" build phase and target the "Frameworks" destination.
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