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by Fredrik W — Jan 11
I just wanted to make you aware of MacRuby which is an Apple project (if I recall correctly) that seamlessly bridges ruby 1.9 and cocoa together.

This means that they've gotten rid of casting between NSStrings and Ruby strings etc, which really speeds things up.

Since named parameters is an inherent feature of Ruby 1.9 you won't need to use hash literals as a replacement anymore. :)

I suggest you check out for some examples.
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