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* Originally by Quentin D. Carnicelli
What is SGHotKeyLib?
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SGHotKeysLib is a fork of Quentin D. Carnicelli's excellent [PTHotKeysLib](http://rogueamoeba.com/sources/) library for registering shortcut keys on Mac OS X.
-PTHotKeysLib has served us well for many years, but as I was working on upgrading my applications to run natively in 64 bit I was running into issues. The original code itself used many deprecated methods, used 32 bit intger types, etc. As I fixed those issues, my OCD started to get the best of me and I started reformatting and rewriting portions of the code using modern Objective-C practices and paradigms.
+PTHotKeysLib has served us well for many years, but as I was upgrading my company's applications to run natively in 64 bit I was running into issues. The original code itself used many deprecated methods, 32 bit integer types, etc. As I fixed those issues, my OCD started to get the best of me and I started reformatting and rewriting portions of the code using modern Objective-C practices and paradigms.
SGHotKeysLib does the following:
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* Puts the code on Github for hot forking action
What's in the box?
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SGHotKeysLib includes:
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The sample uses a custom-built version of the [ShortcutRecorder](http://code.google.com/p/shortcutrecorder/) framework to demonstrate setting a hot key.
Help Me!
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SGHotKeysLib is a modernization of a piece of code many of us have been using for several years, and I'm sure it could be improved even more. If you have ideas for how to do that, please fork away.
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