With RubyObjC, Ruby developers can build structured, high-performing subsystems and access a rich library of components.
Objective-C programmers get an interpreted environment for interacting with their code, an amazingly clear and concise way of expressing their designs, and another huge library of reusable code.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· New ObjC::Variable class to wrap Objective-C instance variable descriptions.
· ivars and ivar methods for accessing Objective-C instance variables directly.
· Fixed Rake task to support application names that contain spaces.
· Improved Rake task that allows source code to be organized in directories named objc, ruby, and resources.
· Faster bridge crossings from Ruby to Objective-C.
· Improved handling of method calls with incorrect argument counts.
· RubyObjC screen saver example.
· Ruby plugins for Objective-C programs.