Objective Cee Plus Plus
This describes the restrictions which apply to the mixing of
10.1 introduces the Objective-C++ front-end to the Mac OS X version of gcc. Objective-C++ allows you to mix
code in the same source source file. Using Objective-C++, you can directly call Objective-C objects from C++ code, and you can directly call C++ code from Objective-C objects. Thus, Objective-C++ allows you to use C++ class libraries directly from within your Cocoa application, or to use Cocoa or Foundation objects directly from within your C++ application.
is available for use as part of the
on systems other than the
There is not much point in using this without an object oriented framework.
provides this for non-Macintosh systems.
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