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   android (all android related things go here)   android (all android related things go here)
   WebOS (Palm WebOS related things go here)   WebOS (Palm WebOS related things go here)
 +  bbx (RIM playbook related things go here)
 +  linux (for linux makefiles, etc)
   ​   ​
   In the main app dir there is also some iOS stuff: (Hmm, I should have put it in an iOS dir but meh, this is how the framework evolved)   In the main app dir there is also some iOS stuff: (Hmm, I should have put it in an iOS dir but meh, this is how the framework evolved)
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 That's simpler. ​ A beautiful thing about these virtuals "​wires"​ is if one end dies (an object is destroyed for instance), the wire is automatically disconnected and you don't have to worry about it. That's simpler. ​ A beautiful thing about these virtuals "​wires"​ is if one end dies (an object is destroyed for instance), the wire is automatically disconnected and you don't have to worry about it.
  
-If you're thinking, "so what, it's just a replacement for polling a message pump", you still don't know the powa of the sigslot side <​cackle>​!+If you're thinking, "so what, it's just a replacement for polling a message pump", you still don't know the powah of the sigslot side <​cackle>​!
  
   * Entities can create their own named signals and slots dynamically,​ on the fly   * Entities can create their own named signals and slots dynamically,​ on the fly
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