Paris, France – May 11, 2005 – THE F-SCRIPT PROJECT ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE
OF F-SCRIPT 1.3 WITH CORE DATA EXPLORER 1.0.
F-Script is an open-source scripting language specifically designed for
Cocoa, the native Mac OS X object system.
F-Script version 1.3 includes Core Data Explorer 1.0, the first interactive
environment for the new Core Data layer of Mac OS X 10.4.
With Core Data Explorer users can:
– Explore whole managed objects graphs with a powerful graphical
– Delve into collections of managed objects with a graphical
– Enter and evaluate Core Data queries interactively.
– Manipulate managed object with OOPAL, the high level object
oriented programming model of F-Script.
– Programmatically access the Core Data API interactively from the F-
In addition, F-Script has been enhanced on many levels to provide
interactive access to the new technologies in Mac OS X 10.4. A detailed
description of what is new in this version can be found at
F-Script 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 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. 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
(http://www.esug.org) and SQLI (http://www.sqli.com).