The Mac OS X Resolution Independence Utilities project is a Google Code project where utilities and code will be available for creating high- or multi-resolution imagery. This is labelled “Mac OS X” - code for Carbon, Java, X11 and OpenGL is welcome too (even though, for example, Java has an integer-based coordinate system). For contributions, the BSD license or more allowing licenses (like the MIT license or public domain) is required. The Google Code project can be found here.
Jul 25, 2007 | Category: Developers •