|Sunday, May 4, 2003|
PyObjC v0.9 has shipped!
The new version is a vast improvement over the prior release. Better project templates, better stability, improved memory management, more frameworks wrapped, many many bug fixes and cleanups, a little bit of documentation, etc.etc.etc.
See NEWS for details. Projects based on 0.8 will need to be patched to work with the new version because of some name changes and restructuring. The changes are easy to make.
Ronald Ossouren's contributions to the project have been outstanding. He has figured out a number of incredibly hard problems for which the solution makes PyObjC significantly easier to use. In particular, Ronald figured out how to effectively eliminate retain/release/autorelease noise on the Python side of the bridge.