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Saturday, February 2, 2002 @ 18:00

No real Cocoa for Python just yet

O'Reilly reports the state of affairs for making Cocoa work with Python. So far the snazzy user interface framework on the Mac isn't really useful for Python wrestlers. Too much bridge jumping from Python to Java to Objective-C and back again.

I'd really like to have a Mac by the time Python gets the full handle on Cocoa. Preferably one of those dual 1 Ghz machines with a 22" Apple flat-screen. Donations much welcome.

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