PyObjC is a bridge between Python and Objective-C that allows full featured Cocoa applications to be written in pure Python. It can also be used with other Objective-C class libraries, as well as C and C++ source. The installer package includes a number of Project Builder templates and Python syntax coloring files. It supports full introspection of Objective-C classes and direct invocation of Objective-C APIs from the interactive interpreter.
|Tags||Software Development User Interfaces|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
|Implementation||Objective C Python|
Release Notes: This is a minor upgrade that features support for Xcode 2.1 in the Xcode templates, several improved framework wrappers, and the initial port to Intel.
Release Notes: This release adds several bugfixes, support for py2app, support for creating Interface Builder palettes, and more.
Release Notes: This version introduced full support for Key-Value Observing (aka Cocoa Bindings) and improved Xcode templates.
Release Notes: This release fixes the bugs found in the beta releases.
Release Notes: Performance and stability was improved, better tutorials and examples were included, and initial support for Mac OS X 10.1 was added. The WebKit framework is now supported, and plugin bundles can now be written with Python 2.3b1.