> Am 01.12.2016 um 11:39 schrieb Riccardo Mottola <riccardo.mott...@libero.it>:
> Hi Stepper,
> Lars Sonchocky-Helldorf wrote:
>> 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:
> nice news and nice work! Wonderful that somebody still has interest in
> I see interesting choices in your runtine... It looks mostly an evolutive
> step of classic Objective-C without the uglyness of Objective-C 2.0 which
> then became Swift and which took the verve away from Objective.C
> You decided not to pursue the horrible dot notation, for example. It looks
> something linke version 1.5, although that would mean an intermediate step:
> better another name, since it will never become 2.0, but more a parallel,
> different direction.
> I wonder whom it should appeal? Old-timers like me stick with obj-c "classic"
> to be able to be compiler-independent and because it is essentially enough.
> I'd like "new" things, but those would be quite hard to do and would perhaps
> need both a new runtime and a new Foundation (e.g. I'd like to use inegtral
> types as real objects, so not to have to convert from and to when using
> NSArrays, more small-talk essentially.
> Those instead who love(d) Obj-C 2.0 either stick with it or jumped to Swift
> because they just like the latest thing
> Anyway, interesting news!
I am not the creator of this, I am just the messenger. mulle-objc was created
by the folks of Mulle-kybernetiK ( https://www.mulle-kybernetik.com/ )
especially Nat! ( n...@mulle-kybernetik.com ) if I am not mistaken.
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