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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.

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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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