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    Sticky: iOS Extension SDK

    I had to merge all the .h files into one and all the .m files into one in the end. I separated them with //comments to make it clearer.
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    Sticky: Francois/Andos, I'm looking at the CFile object...

    Francois/Andos, I'm looking at the CFile object to get the EDITDATA (Properties etc.), it appears to access the memory directly - as in readAInt for example will grab the integer in the current...
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    Sticky: If anybody has trouble with the extension maker,...

    If anybody has trouble with the extension maker, zip the file on your PC, not your Mac. For some reason ext maker didn't like the file I zipped up on the Mac.
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    Sticky: Is it possible to do this with more than one .h...

    Is it possible to do this with more than one .h and .m file? My extension will be a lot easier to make if I can include more than one of these...
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    Sticky: So do we not need to create an EXT file, unless...

    So do we not need to create an EXT file, unless we're creating PC-representations of the iOS functions for testing?
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    Sticky: Re: iOS Extension SDK

    MMF is PC software though, right? So surely there needs to be Obj-C code to build into the app, but you need the frontend stuff for the actual MMF interface which would be PC would it not?
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    Sticky: Re: iOS Extension SDK

    I'm quite good with Objective C and C, I'd be interested in developing some iOS extensions. How does this work, I know MMF2 uses C++, so would it be kind of a case of using C++ to create an MMF2...
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