“I tried out PyObj-C last night. PyObjC is a language binding/module that lets you use Python with Cocoa – somewhat like how AppleScript Studio lets you use AppleScript to write your Cocoa program.
Except PyObjC makes AppleScript Studio look like Apple took the worst bits of VisualBasic, layed a verbose language on top of it, and called it good.
I’m so very impressed by PyObjC. I used InterfaceBuilder just like I would if I was writing a Cocoa application in Objective-C – defining subclasses, instantiating them, linking them up to actions – and your Python classes are called just as if they had been Objective-C classes.”
[via Der Schockwellenreiter]
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