Linked by Ritesh Kumar on Thu 13th May 2004 19:31 UTC
General Development In recent years "scripting languages" are becoming a path which is a must go for rapid application development. The open source community has seen many scripting language implementations. Some really popular and good ones available are perl and python.
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Objective-C scripting
by Jeff on Thu 13th May 2004 22:19 UTC

There used to be an Objective-C scripting language using WebObjects/NeXT called webscript, but it was abandoned. However, there is a very interesting scripting (as well as compiling) language for OS X which is a strict superset of Objective-C called F-Script ( http://www.fscript.org/ ). It also makes use of the Cocoa libraries, and, of course, all things C. (Not sure if it can use Obj-C++ to access C++ libraries.) -- There was also something called Joy which seemed nice, but it hasn't been updated in years. More options?