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Rhapsody Developer’s Guide

Jesse Feiler’s 1997 Rhapsody Developer’s Guide is now available in PDF format (an OCR’d scan):

Based on a modern microkernel, Rhapsody runs on PowerPC and Intel processors, and supports traditional Mac OS applications (in the Blue Box) as well as modern applications in the Yellow Box. Totally object-oriented, the Yellow Box platform offers an unparalleled development environment that permits rapid implementation of functionality ranging from traditional personal computer applications to media-rich, Internet-enabled, and database-driven applications for the next century.

I think I still have a copy somewhere. It has examples in Java and in the “modern” Objective-C syntax.

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Was the "modern" Objective-C syntax ever implemented in a compiler at that time?

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