Andrew Weinrich has just released a bunch of cool stuff for F-Script. From Andrew's announcement:
- FSClass 3.0 allows you to create new classes in F-Script, without writing them in Objective-C. Version 3.0 has a rewritten internal structure, better support for adding methods to compiled classes, and a more transparent class creation system.
- fscript Command-Line Tool 2.0 lets you run F-Script programs from a terminal prompt, and includes many additional classes and features that are useful for general-purpose system scripting. Version 2.0 has bug fixes, improved compatibility and help system, and an updated, integrated regular expression engine.
- Flint 0.1 is an experimental program analysis tool that finds common errors in F-Script programs, such as type mismatches, mispelled method names, and use of uninitialized variables.
All three tools require Mac OS X 10.5 and F-Script 2.0a or later.