F-Script can be embedded in application thanks to a set of easy to use components. It can also be dynamically injected into any Cocoa application, providing a powerful environment for exploring or manipulating applications from the inside.
What's new in this version:
The main new feature in this version is support for adding methods to existing classes. This is similar to Objective-C categories, but works dynamically at run-time. This is quite useful for prototyping stuff and experimenting with new designs, as well as for making object-oriented frameworks developed independently work together. Besides, it is a natural extension of the ability to define Cocoa classes directly in F-Script and lets you write a bigger part of your application code in F-Script, s... See all new features »