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FW: Programmatic EOAssociations problems

From: Yann Le Guen
Subject: FW: Programmatic EOAssociations problems
Date: Thu, 17 May 2001 22:45:25 +0200
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> De : "Eric Hermanson" <address@hidden>
> Date : Thu, 17 May 2001 13:35:39 -0700
> À : "Scott Anguish" <address@hidden>, "Brian Hill"
> <address@hidden>
> Cc : "MacOSX-dev" <address@hidden>, <address@hidden>
> Objet : Re: Programmatic EOAssociations problems
>> I'm getting the strong impression that Apple just doesn't even want to
>> hear about EOF on OSX bugs, since I'm being told that EOF/Cocoa isn't
>> actually supported anymore.
> I don't know how Apple would support EOF in Cocoa (other than a hacked bridge)
> given the two different languages?  Does the lack of EOF support in Cocoa come
> as a surprise to anyone?  I think that fact was inherent in the details when
> Apple decided to port EOF to Java.
> Aside from someone figuring out how to write a compiler that will turn Obj-C
> source into Java bytecode, I think another option is for Apple to release the
> Objective-C version of FoundationKit and EOF 3 into Darwin opensource, to
> allow
> the community to keep it up-to-date with EOF/Java.
> Hmm, and what's up with GNUStep?
> - Eric
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