Links for 2009-01-12
Few weeks ago I faced a problem of disk space shortage when I needed to install the space-consuming MATLAB in my Mac’s Boot Camp Windows. As I checked out the free space available in the Boot Camp partition, oops, there remained only few hundreds MB. Oh no, I seriously don’t like all the troubles of backing up all data and reinstall everything from A to Z after readjusting the Boot Camp partition size. It seems I have to get through all these huh?
If you have the same concern as mine, read on. Here’s a solution that can save you all the troubles.
Timberline Class Hierarchy
The following Perl utility, which can be run from the command line, builds a folder of headers from the public and private frameworks of the iPhone SDK.
The main draw: imagine the iPhone as a video output device, plugged into a mixer for live performance. You could use it to trigger videos or run interactive visuals that take advantage of the device’s 3D and animation capabilities. You can do some of this now, but of course for performance you might not want the standard video navigation interface, and you certainly wouldn’t want any kind of navigation overlay.