you are right, but shuffling this will break tons of links. Unless we
move the stubs directory up to the top level, and call the dir
Main-GUI, or something. Then I just have to adjust the stubs generator,
Changing the name of the GUI directory to CocoaGUI, might be ok too, and the stubs dir to GUI since most links are relative. I think I can handle fixing links then (I hope);
Would that be a solution?
Scott mentioned a link fixing script. I'd like to see that actually. Where is it?
James Harkins wrote:
I noticed btw that the new GUI helpfile stubs are buried under "stubs" in the tree... if the redirect classes are the preferred way to create guis, they should be up front in the hierarchy with the physical classes hidden away in subfolders. Right now you see a long list of SCButton etc. helpfiles which will lead new users to think SCButton is the "real" way to do it.