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Discussion in 'General Mac Discussion' started by vniow, Aug 30, 2002.
I just found this at Osopinion.
Tell me what you think. I'm clueless about these sort of things.
Seems like a good article. I agree that OS X development would benefit from Linux having support for Objective-C. A lot of developers would be attracted by that and their programs would have PC (Linux) support as well as Mac.
If a cheap re-compile could be accomplished and that's it, it is great!
Macromedia Director is good like that and has been quite a while. Of course, more things would be created for the other platform, if it were cheap to do so.
The Gnu Compiler Collection (GCC) supports Objective-C, but Cocoa has to be directed toward a GUI. Some person needs to create that GUI without stepping on Apple's toes.
Now, if Apple were to license Aqua for x86 Linux...