Ceylon is a C library for creating RISC OS applications. It's build on top of OSLib,
but for normal use you won't notice. The only thing you have to do is link using
both OSLib and Ceylon. However, this construction gives access to all functions
OSLib provides, so you can always build your own routines if Ceylon doesn't provide
a particular one.
Below you will find a tutorial especially suited for people who never have written
a WIMP application (in C). Ofcourse you are welcome to read it as an introduction to
Ceylon. Below that are a number of example programs to demonstrate the use of
Ceylon. Fully documented sources are provided with the examples.
The library itself is not publicly available yet, as the software is still subject to change.
Mail me if you want to receive a copy,
so I can keep you informed of new releases.
Comments about these pages and about
the library are greatly appreciated. More examples are being planned.