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1 parent 6fb7c45 commit 950a21ca5afdaeb00f4ed0b76e52cddafc9047c0 mattaimonetti@gmail.com committed Dec 4, 2010
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1 content/documentation.txt
@@ -14,6 +14,7 @@ If you are wondering why in the world MacRuby exists you can read that in the "W
Below are a list of tutorials and recipes for MacRuby. Tutorials are the longest content and delve deep on a particular area. Recipes are short and specific examples of how to accomplish something with MacRuby.
+In addition to the documentation available here, MacRuby team member, "Matt Aimonetti":http://merbist.com keeps a HTML version of the manuscript of his "O'Reilly book":http://ofps.oreilly.com/titles/9781449380373/ online and available for free at "this url":http://ofps.oreilly.com/titles/9781449380373/.
h2. Screencasts
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2 content/documentation/overview.txt
@@ -15,7 +15,7 @@ Ruby classes in MacRuby are in fact Objective-C classes. Because it is not yet p
Every method defined on a class from Ruby is registered with the Objective-C runtime. On a similar note, all Objective-C methods are lazily available from Ruby too. The [Libffi] library is used to create closures at runtime and inject them, either in the Objective-C runtime or YARV, but also to perform C or Objective-C calls.
-All Ruby classes inherit from NSObject, the root class of most Objective-C objects in the Cocoa world. This means that by default, all Ruby objects respond to a bunch of handful methods defined in NSObject, including some that are required by the GC.
+All Ruby classes inherit from NSObject, the root class of most Objective-C objects in the Cocoa world. This means that by default, all Ruby objects respond to a bunch of helpful methods defined in NSObject, including some that are required by the GC.
Objective-C classes are imported in the Ruby runtime on demand, along with their full hierarchy.
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2 lib/talks.rb
@@ -4,6 +4,8 @@ module MacRubyTalksHelper
def macruby_talks
[
+ Talk.new("2010-11-12", "RubyConf 2012", "MacRuby - Why and How (slides only for now)", "http://www.slideshare.net/mattetti/macruby-rubyconf-presentation-2010", "Matt Aimonetti", nil),
+ Talk.new("2009-11-20", "RubyConf 2009", "Simple 2D Video Game in MacRuby", "http://confreaks.net/videos/192-rubyconf2009-writing-2d-games-for-the-osx-platform-in-ruby", "Matt Aimonetti", "http://www.slideshare.net/mattetti/2d-video-games-with-macruby"),
Talk.new("2009-10-30", "RubyEnRails", "MacRuby & RubyCocoa (slides only)", "http://tr.im/DCW0", "Eloy Duran", nil),
Talk.new("2009-10-14", "RailsSummit", "MacRuby", "http://agaelebe.blip.tv/file/2730084/", "Rich Kilmer", nil),
Talk.new("2009-10-03", "OSDC.fr", "Intro to MacRuby (slides only)", "http://www.slideshare.net/olg/macruby-an-introduction", "Olivier Gutknecht", nil),

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