posted by Eugenia Loli on Thu 6th Feb 2003 19:05 UTC
Some programmers see the advantage of combining Python and Objective-C in the same environment, believing that a bridge between the two languages provides tremendous power and advantages to either language. For the Objective-C developer, access to Python provides a rapid application-development solution that's far more efficient than one requiring a compiler. For the Python developer, transparent access to Objective-C would allow the developer's scripts to leverage the full power and elegance of the MacOSX environment. In this article, Bill Bumgarner shows you how to bring these worlds together.