Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 9th Sep 2005 10:12 UTC, submitted by ajam
OpenStep, GNUstep The latest version of GNUStep's StepTalk was recently posted. StepTalk is a language independent scripting framework providing access to GNUStep's functionality, including the ability to dynamically load modules, utilize various programming languages, and other good stuff. This version contains a few additions and subtractions from the previous one.
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Ruby, Python!
by Megatux on Fri 9th Sep 2005 14:24 UTC
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2005-07-12

I hope it can support nice scripting langs like Ruby & Python. It will be a nice boost for this platform.

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RIGS
by fafhrd on Fri 9th Sep 2005 16:21 UTC
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2005-07-11

It should be noted that there are Ruby bindings and such for GNUstep; it's called RIGS. You can find a download off the main gnustep page, www.gnustep.org, or find it in the main GNUstep CVS sources.

There is/was also Java interface, JIGS, but I don't know the status of that project, atm, but the code is available.

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PyObjC
by Anonymous on Fri 9th Sep 2005 17:03 UTC
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And besides RIGS and the dead JIGS there is a small effort by the PyObjC project to get working with GNUStep too, just donít hold your breath. ;)

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