|Thursday, October 30, 2003|
PyObjC today at the O'Reilly Mac OS X Conference.
PyObjC recently past the 1.0 milestone. In the days since the release of 1.0 and Panther, there has been significant bug fixes and new work within the PyObjC source trees. If you are doing work on Panther, considering upgrading to the latest CVS checked out code. The PyObjC project has an excellent unit testing suite and, as such, the CVS code is generally very stable (the biggest problem has been commits that break prior releases of OS X or GNUStep).
In particular, patches have been committed that add better support for class methods in certain contexts, improve support for the Controller Layer that is new in Panther/Cocoa, OpenGL support, and a number of other improvements and/or bugfixes.
During the presentation, I mentioned a number of excellent Python resources; mostly mac centric. I thought I would rehash them here as others may find this useful.
Update: I fixed the filename on the PDF presentation such that the download URL is now correct.