I’ve checked it out, and I think I’ll be helping out. I’m a huge fan of
Objective-C, and with Swift being the new hotness (despite my belief its a
pretty bad language), its great to see another option for it.
I’m hoping to be able to use Objective-C on servers, so Mulle-Objc might be a
good option for that. If it can get a good community behind it, even better.
It feels like GNUstep has stagnated. I think part of that is its not that easy
to install a recent build. Part of that is also the non-standard interface it
supports which is wonky (at least on Ubuntu).
Of course Mulle-Objc doesn’t even have Foundation ready yet, so it’ll be awhile
til it gets great.
> On Nov 28, 2016, at 15:32, Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf
> <lars.sonchocky-helld...@hamburg.de> wrote:
> Hi 'Steppers,
> you might be interested in this: mulle-objc is a new way to run Objective-C
> code on various platforms, based on a new compiler and a new runtime.
> some more background information is available here:
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