For immediate Release.
Contact: Philippe Mougin, firstname.lastname@example.org – http://www.fscript.org
April 16, 2002.
PHILIPPE MOUGIN ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF F-SCRIPT 1.2 FOR MAC OS X.
F-Script is an open-source interactive and scripting environment designed
to leverage the unique capabilities of Mac OS X. F-Script version 1.2 comes
full of new goodies, including support for Mac OS X distributed object
system, a powerful completion mechanism, an experimental graphical
Key-Value browser, and more…
This version makes even easier for both beginners and experts to
interactively explore test and use Cocoa-based objects and frameworks.
F-Script is based on Smalltalk syntax and concepts, but instead of using
Smalltalk’s object model and frameworks, it uses the Cocoa object model and
Cocoa frameworks. F-Script provides interactive and scripting access to
F-Script also introduces a brand new model for high level object oriented
programming (including sophisticated object query capacities), based on an
advanced integration between object techniques and array technology.
Finally, F-Script sports an innovative object browser for graphical
interactions with Cocoa objects: interactively invoke methods on Cocoa
objects, or on your own custom Objective-C objects, without writing a line
F-Script is released free of charge, as an open source software. It can be
downloaded from http://www.fscript.org.