>> I hadn't really thought about doing it this way, but it seemed that it
>> might need a whole bunch more wrappering to do it that way, or am I wrong?
>You are right. I think there's a project for this on SourceForge called
Cool, thanks for the link, I hadn't known about it.
>> In other words, if there's an AppKit class for NSObject, and I need to add
>> a controller subclass, I can do that directly in Jython?
>> It seems like the CPython would require wrapping NSObject, right? Or am I
>> missing something?
>No, you're not missing anything. You've just run into the pervasive 'Law of
>Conservation of Difficulty'. Java/jython integration is much easier, but
>Interface Builder is basically Objective-C with bridges for the Java
>versions of AppKit classes. I have no wise words on the best approach, but
>I'm also taking a fi[r]st shot at the Jython/Java way.
Coolness. Well, I've been going through the Java tutorial today and I think
I have the hang of it. I did some ObjC programming when RDR2 came out, but
that was three years ago.
Back to the project....
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