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Objective C, by Brad Cox and Tom Love, is an [object-oriented] programming language designed to bring the goodness of Smalltalk to an IT operation that that was steeped in C.

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Objective C / Tcl library
Objective-C/Tcl framework
APWTCL (Objective C)
Connecting Tcl/Tk with GNUstep Objective-C programs
Objective Tcl
a virtual laboratory for experimental mathematics, built on Tcl and Objective C

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GNUStep is built on Objective C.
 What: Objective-Framework, ObjectiveBrowser
 Where: http://www.tiptop.com/
 Description: An evaluation copy of a commercial product which provides
        true language independence to the Objective-C object model.
        It profides a seamless integration of the Objective-C runtime system
        with other languages.  With OF, one gets Objective-Tcl and
        Objective-Perl, or one can purchase Objective-Tcl or Objective-Perl
        separately.  ObjectiveBrowser is a graphical development tool allowing
        live objects within a running application to be viewed in many
        object-specific ways.
        Note that rumors are the licensing has changed recently,
        making it easier to use TipTop packages for non-commercial
 Updated: 08/1998
 Contact: mailto:[email protected]
        mailto:[email protected]
        mailto:[email protected]
 What: NeXTSTEP / Tcl interface (Johnson)
 Where: ftp://media.mit.edu/pub/WavesWorld/WW1.0B2Complete.tar
 Description: This is a strictly NeXTSTEP interface.  One of the two palettes
        included in this release is WWTCLWidgets one take on how to integrate
        Tcl into the NeXTSTEP development environment.
        The other palette makes use of the Tcl widget palette.
        The other WavesWorld palettes, on
        integrate Tcl into IB, complete with a suite of UI objects,
        and a 3D modeling language called eve, which is basically Tcl with a
        full RenderMan binding.  The WWTCLWidgetsPalette includes a WWTCLInterp,
        which is an objective-C wrapper around a Tcl interp.
 Contact: mailto:[email protected] (Michael B. Johnson)
 What: Objective C / Tcl library
 Where: ftp://ftp.cs.rochester.edu/pub/packages/objc/libtclobjc-1.0.tar.gz
 Description: A library consists of objects and support functions for
        communicating between Objective-C and Tcl/Tk.  From Tcl you can send
        messages to Objective-C objects and get textual representations of
        what's returned.  The library requires gcc-2.5.8 or higher,
        Tcl-7.3, Tk-3.6, libcoll-931026, libreadline and GNU make.
        There is also a NeXTStep version available as well.
        The 1.0.1.s version is a bug fix version for NeXT.
 Updated: 06/1997
 Contact: mailto:[email protected] (R. Andrew McCallum)
 What: ObjectiveTcl
 Where: http://www.tiptop.com/
 Description: Commercial product (available for a 30 day free trial) which
        is an advanced object-oriented environment for NEXTSTEP/OpenStep.
        Provides full access to Objective-C objects and facilitates
        creating classes and methods at runtime.
        Note that rumors are the licensing has changed recently,
        making it easier to use TipTop packages for non-commercial
        purposes.  This package is a part of Objective-Everything.
        Information about cost for commercial support can be found
        there.  Software runs on MacOS X as well as other platforms.
 Updated: 08/1998
 Contact: mailto:[email protected]
        mailto:[email protected]