On Aug 7, 2006, at 9:48 PM, Philippe C.D. Robert wrote:
unfortunately I cannot attend WWDC, but I just noted the following
on Apple's website:
So compelling, Apple wrote Xcode 3.0 itself in it. Enjoy modern
garbage collection, syntax enhancements, runtime performance
improvements, and 64-bit support. At your own pace, since it’s
backwards compatible with existing Objective-C source. Write
applications more quickly with fewer bugs using Objective-C in
Does anyone know more details about all this?
I guess that this has something to do with all those highly
interesting things that can be found in Apple's branch in the public
gcc CVS repository. Namely here: <http://gcc.gnu.org/viewcvs/branches/
apple/trunk/gcc/objc/>. I.e. check out the changes in objc-act.c
starting at revision number 106447.
There are a ton of highly interesting things there. I like all of
them - but my personal favorit is the AGC stuff.
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