The Objective-C Foundation Classes is an Objective-C library. It contains general purpose classes for easier development of applications, in areas such as data types, collections, network, C library wrappers, and compound classes.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries|
|Operating Systems||Windows POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD|
Release Notes: In this release, the library is accompanied by small code examples for most classes. Besides that, there is one new class: a distributed random generator. There are bugfixes in four classes, and two classes are extended with a new method.
Release Notes: This release added ten new classes to the library, including a Graphic screen and surface class, a bitmap and TrueType font class, a PNG and JPEG image class, a SHA256 class, a Mersenne Twister pseudo random generator class, and a FTP client class. Eight classes were extended with new methods and a few bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A new class (DBigFraction) and a new protocol (DBitArithmetic) have been added to the library. There are also several bugfixes related to 64-bit platforms. The copy-constructor support has been improved, and as a result all collections can now be (deep) copied. There are some small bugfixes, and several classes have been extended with new methods.
Release Notes: This release adds ten new classes to the library, including an Objective-C source tokenizer, a text screen and surface class, a graph collection class, a general value class, a big double class, and a double array class. The library will now also build on FreeBSD, but with some limitations.
Release Notes: This release adds seven new classes to the library, including a fixed point data type, an integer array data type, a big integer data type, a bzip2 file wrapper, a telnet client, and a discrete distribution class. Two classes have been extended with new methods and one bugfix was made.