Justin W. Reagor on 7 Jun 2007 15:19:52 -0000

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Hahaha... I don't mind being called 'JR', funny, I do a wicked impersonation of him as well! (my fiance's family watches Dallas DVDs every so often...)

From what I can tell (from the version number) RubyCocoa is still in the very early stages. v0.11.1 I believe... Since Apple seems to be dropping support for the Cocoa Java bridge, I'm interested to see what will develop with other dynamic OO scripting languages.

I will also check out those names and references you mentioned, thanks again!

:: Justin Reagor

On Jun 7, 2007, at 11:03 AM, GREG NEELEY wrote:

--- GREG NEELEY <greg_w_neely@yahoo.com> wrote:

Date: Thu, 7 Jun 2007 08:01:07 -0700 (PDT)
From: GREG NEELEY <greg_w_neely@yahoo.com>
Subject: Objective-C title from established


No. Haven't tried RubyCocoa yet.  I think most XCODE
are using Objective-C with Cocoa.

Do you remember the hit show, "Dallas"?

Mind if I call you 'JR':-)

For an Objective-C reference book by an established

Kochan and Wood are a couple of C language rock
the 80s and 90s, kinda like Kernighan and Ritchie
in the 70s
and 80s.

Out on the West Coast, JR, Cal State Fullerton in
early nineties used
Kochan's classic, "Topics and C Programming" to
packed out
sections in night school...mostly gray-haired
contractors who
were looking to prolong their programming careers by
few years by
learning "C".

Kochan has many popular titles, because of a simple
style of prose.

Last I heard, he was running an exercise physiology
consulting business.

You'll find you can download coding examples on
Objective-C from his website, and they run readily
Apple's XCODE.

Greg in KC.
--- "Justin W. Reagor" <justinwr@gmail.com> wrote:

Thanks so much! Funny, because here at my work, a
small Ruby/Rails  
shop outside of Philadelphia, we created an
internally used Flat File  
gem. Have you worked with RubyCocoa at all?

One other quick question, where on Apple's Dev
(or any other  
site, book) is there a good reference for
Objective-C classes/objects/ 

:: Justin Reagor

On Jun 6, 2007, at 11:37 PM, GREG NEELEY wrote:

Hereyago, bud.
<Objective-C vice Ruby.doc>

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