PHILIPPE MOUGIN ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF F-SCRIPT 1.2.6 FOR MAC OS X.
F-Script is a lightweight object-oriented interactive and scripting
layer specifically designed for Cocoa, the native Mac OS X object
F-Script version 1.2.6 brings major enhancements including a thread
safe runtime, a greatly improved graphical object browser, a new
collection inspector, generalized support for undo/redo, and many other
improvements. A detailed description of what is new in this version can
be found at http://www.fscript.org/releaseNotes/.
F-Script, whose previous version won an O’Reilly Mac OS X Innovators
Award, is an open-source environment designed to leverage the unique
capabilities of Mac OS X. Based on Smalltalk, it provides interactive
and scripting access to Cocoa objects through a powerful graphical
environment and an innovative high-level programming model. F-Script
allows interactive exploration, testing and use of Cocoa-based objects
and frameworks. It can be used stand-alone or embedded into other
applications thanks to a set of components which are extremely easy to
use. In addition, it can be dynamically injected into any Cocoa
application at run-time.
F-Script is released free of charge, as open source software. It can be
downloaded from http://www.fscript.org. The F-Script project is
sponsored by the European Smalltalk User Group (www.esug.org) and SQLI