Holy Crap. 40%? Wow. That’s nuts. I had heard it described as a
Cocoa app, so I needed to download it to check it out.
The first thing I did when I got the .dmg was to open up the
package and snoop around a bit. Not that many .nib files laying
around, but I bet they are using Cocoa. I found a couple of
.lua files.. but they were in byte code for so I couldn’t see
what was in them (damn!). A little shell script action reveals
that there are 223 different .lua files in there. Wow.