CamelBones

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CamelBones is a programming framework that allows one to use Mac OS X's Cocoa API from the Perl programming language. Its main author and maintainer was Sherm Pendley, before he died in 2011. [1] In 2004, an unfinished version was made available to the public, and in 2006, the project released version 1.0. The last version as of 2011 was 1.1.2. [2]

As of Pendley's death in 2011, the project is currently unmaintained.

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  1. ^ Guttman, Uri. "RIP Sherm Pendley". 
  2. ^ Pendley, Sherm. "CamelBones 1.1.2". 

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