MADE (Mac App Dev Essentials) 1.7.5
Macintosh Application Development Essentials (MADE for short) is a tiny package of C/C++ code which provides all the lowest-level needs for a Macintosh application.
It contains basic routines for dealing with errors, memory, menus, events, linked lists, AppleEvents and drag-and-drop.
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