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|From:||Mike Kucera <email@example.com>|
|Date:||Mon, 6 Apr 2009 17:08:33 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||08 Apr 2009 16:38:41 EDT|
The Eclipse CDT project is looking for help to add support for ObjectiveC.
Eclipse CDT is a full featured IDE for C/C++, and now there is a new
effort to add ObjectiveC as a third supported language. CDT is not a
traditional compiler, but we do parse and analyze the code and
"compile" it into a queryable index, which is used to support all the
advanced features you expect from an IDE like code completion and
refactoring. There are many unique challenges to writing a front end
for an IDE that you don't normally find when writing a traditional
This effort has just started and we are looking for people who can
handle extending CDT's parser framework to support ObjectiveC. So if
you want to help mac and iPhone developers break free from their XCode
shackles please drop us a line.
The project is being hosted on google code for now but when it reaches
maturity it will likely be pulled into CDT proper.
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