[pyobjc] NSAutorelease support

Steven D. Majewski sdm7g at virginia.edu
Thu Nov 9 00:36:11 CET 2000

On Wed, 8 Nov 2000, Bill Bumgarner wrote:

> Ultimately, I think what we need to do is *rewrite* the module entirely  
> because of all of the changes between both OSX and Python 2.0.

I also think this is likely. 

A lot will need to be done to add better Darwin/MacOSX/Carbon/Cocoa support 
and there doesn't appear to be a line of people willing to test changes
for GnuStep or OpenStep. As CoreFoundation is common to Darwin and MacOSX,
as well as CarbonLib on Classic MacOS, it would seem to make sense to 
build ontop of that ( CFBundle and the plugin-services [sort of COM for
the Mac] ) rather than NSBundle et.al. which are only on OSX. 
( and I assume GnuStep/NextStep/OpenStep )   

Still, it might be good to get out one last "legacy" release of pyobjc --
Darwin and MacOSX might spark some more interest in Objective-C and

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