Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 4th Sep 2005 17:00 UTC, submitted by <a href=
OpenStep, GNUstep Objective Modula-2 (or ObjM2) is an extension to Modula-2 which follows the Objective-C object model and retains the bracketed Smalltalk message passing syntax introduced in Objective-C. Like Objective-C, Objective Modula-2 is a reflective, object oriented programming language with both static and dynamic typing. It is intended as a safer alternative to Objective-C for Cocoa and GNUstep software development.
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RE: give me a taco
by Anonymous on Mon 5th Sep 2005 03:29 UTC in reply to "give me a taco"
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While that may be true I would suggest that Oberon/Oberon-2 are languages that are much closer to this goal. All that's need is an extension of the basic module set to handle Cocoa objects. There is a good cross compiler available at http://ooc.sourceforge.net/ . Oberon and it's successor are both simplifications of Modula-2 designed by Wirth with object oriented facilities, and is much cleaner than even Modula-2.

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