In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
(Michael Kagalenko) wrote:
> I think you'll excuse me for another mention of NeXT programming
> environment, based on dynamically-typed language. Interface
> builder allows you to create, change and test interface without
> compiling it. I do not know of any analog of this tool.
Why not compile it? Don't you guys have incremental compilation?
Even the ideas for the Interface Builder was once a Mac program
written in Lisp (ExperLisp?).
For a newer user- and object-oriented scripting language with strong
capabilities in user interface programming (multimedia) see the
SK8 project from Apple (http://sk8.research.apple.com/).
Btw., written in MCL.