Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 25th Jan 2009 14:14 UTC, submitted by Philippe Mougin
General Development F-Script 2.0, now in beta, provides a handy syntax for dynamically creating Cocoa classes on the fly. This is useful for quickly experimenting, prototyping and using Cocoa interactively, as well as for developing sophisticated programs. You can type a class definition in the F-script console, hit return and immediately start playing with your new class. This article provides a quick introduction to this feature.
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Problem with fast developped prototype is ...
by dvhh on Mon 26th Jan 2009 00:30 UTC
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that they tend to stay here a very long time.

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