Overview of Scripting Tools
Great overview of Scripting languages that come on a Mac and how to integrate them with XCode.
"If you're new to the world of open source scripting languages—or just want to brush up on what's unique about Mac OS X—this article will help you get oriented. Mac OS X bundles the most popular scripting languages out of the box: perl, Python, php, tcl, Ruby—not to mention shells such as bash, ksh, zsh, and csh. We'll show you how to integrate scripting languages into Apple's Integrated Development Environment (IDE), Xcode, using targets and custom build rules. We'll also discuss ways to safely install newer versions or alternate languages." Introduction to Open Source Scripting In OS X
(Submitted by Noel Fri Aug 5, 2005 )
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