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9f179b2395c5f857cd8734188443bd38?d=identicon&s=25 Alexander Stigsen (Guest)
on 2007-02-16 16:21
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wxCocoaDialog v0.3

wxCocoaDialog is an multi-platform port of the CocoaDialog application
for OS X, that allows the use of common GUI controls such as file
selectors, text input, progress bars, yes/no confirmations and more with
a command-line application. It is ideal for use in shell and Ruby
scripts (or Perl, or Python, or... etc).

Since the use of the original CocoaDialog is very common in shell
scripts on Mac OS X, the port makes it possible to to also use such
scripts on Linux and Windows (with cygwin).

Implemented Controls

As of wxCocoaDialog v0.3, the following controls are implemented:

     * inputbox
     * standard-inputbox
     * secure-inputbox
     * secure-standard-inputbox
     * dropdown
     * progressbar
     * textbox
     * msgbox
     * ok-msgbox
     * yesno-msgbox

The wxWidgets port was originally created for use in the e text editor ( ), which supports TextMate bundles and can be
extended with shell scripts (through cygwin). Since it could be useful
in a lot of other contexts than e, it was released to the community as
open source.
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