Mac programmer resource
has announced that it’s hosting the latest version of
Macintosh C Carbon: A Hobbyist’s Guide to Programming the Macintosh in C
. The guide was penned by K.J. Bricknell and is available both online and in hard copy. It’s a “significantly expanded” version of
, which MacTech magazine has hosted since 1999.
The 26-chapter book will be available in print for the first time, according to MacTech magazine publisher Neil Ticktin. The book, published by SAMS Publishing, is called
. (Details on how to order the book are
The book is comprised of 26 chapters and associated demo programs. The book’s chapter titles are System Software, PowerPC Run-Time Environment, Managing Memory, and Resources; The Classic Event Manager – Low Level and Operating System Events; Menus; Introduction to Windows; Carbon and Universal Procedure Pointers; Appearances; Introduction to Controls; Dialogs and Alerts; The Finder and the Application; Apple Events; QuickDraw Preliminaries; Drawing With QuickDraw; Offscreen Graphics Worlds, Pictures, Cursors, and Icons; More on Controls; Carbon Printing; More on Windows; The Carbon Event Manager; Files and Navigation Services; More on Resources, and Core Foundation Preferences; Carbon Scrap; Text, TextEdit, Dates, Times, and Numbers; Lists and Custom List Definition Functions; Drag and Drop; Basic Sound and Speech; Miscellany; More On Text – Multilingual Text Engine.