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Objective-C 2.2 Features

Martin Pilkington:

At WWDC Apple announced a few more features, which I personally think of as Objective-C 2.2. These are “@synthesize by default” and “declare ivars in class extensions.” These are features that I have wanted for quite a while and I am sure a lot of other Objective-C developers have wanted.

They’re available in Xcode 3.2.3 if you use the 64-bit runtime and the LLVM compiler.


now the only missing thing is class instance variables... the runtime should already support it, but the syntax is still missing

This 0.0.1 update to Xcode sure does contain a lot of things! Seems to me it should have been called 3.5. :)

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