[Pythonmac-SIG] About Obj-C 2.0 language bridge
jrus at hcs.harvard.edu
Mon Dec 18 20:06:10 CET 2006
Nehemiah Dacres wrote:
> I just wanted to bring the attention to the community that there will
> be a python/Objective C language bridge implemented come the
> release of Leopard, Mac OS 10.5
> These are a few questions I wanted to ask the MacPython Dev team
> I was wondering how are we going to tailor the MacPython programming
> environment for those who want to use the bridge in programming for python?
> Will Py2App take advantage of this new ability and if so, how?
> How does this contrast with using PyObjC?
I don't actually have any inside knowledge (I don't have access to
Leopard developer builds, etc.), but I rather doubt that Apple is
completely re-implementing PyObjC. At least a few of the people who
work on PyObjC are Apple employees, and there was a tutorial showing how
to make a Cocoa app using PyObjC at apple.com a few months ago. It was
my impression that the Cocoa-python bridge discussed in the leopard
preview docs *is* PyObjC, though of course I could be way off the mark, etc.
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