File: programming/cocoa/

/* =============================================================================
    PROJECT:	filebrowser
	FILE:       UKDebugNames.h
    COPYRIGHT:  (c) 2005-2008 by M. Uli Kusterer, all rights reserved.
    AUTHORS:    M. Uli Kusterer - UK
    LICENSES:   GNU GPL, Modified BSD
	PURPOSE:	Generate unique, human-readable names for pointers as a
				debugging aid. It remembers if it's already seen an address,
				and in that case returns the same name it generated before
				(at least during one session - but not across re-launches).
        2005-05-01  UK  Created.
   ========================================================================== */
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//  Headers:
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#import <Cocoa/Cocoa.h>
    This is a handy debugging aid for printf-style debugging (i.e. if you're
    using NSLog statements to track down bugs). This assigns each object a
    human-readable name (from a list of predefined names it has) which are much
    easier to distinguish than 0x00488010-style numbers.

This code uses the PclZip Zip File reading code, which is subject to the GNU LGPL. It also uses the GeSHi syntax highlighter, subject to the GPL. Ask if you want this for your own web site, it's free.