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by Clay Bridges — Feb 09
If you are truly interested in the challenges of Cocoa bridges, or these types of interlanguage/library bridges in general, then this article{/url] by Tim Burks is really essential reading.

Essentially, after working withtwo Ruby/Cocoa bridges, Tim gave up on the idea, and decided to build a new language on top of Objective C and the Foundation classes. It's a Lisp-alike, and is called

That's very much the strategy that MacRuby has going, and it seems like it is the winning one. Were these alternatives available for iPhone development, I would definitely be writing most of my application in one of Nu, MacRuby, or F-Script.
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