Philippe Mougin has released an update for F-Script, bringing it to version 1.2.3. F-Script is a Cocoa scripting utility designed for software development. The update features a new graphical array inspector and Jaguar archiving model support. According to Philippe Mougin:
PHILIPPE MOUGIN ANNOUNCES THE RELEASE OF F-SCRIPT 1.2.3 FOR MAC OS X.
F-Script is an open-source interactive and scripting environment designed to leverage the unique capabilities of Mac OS X.
F-Script is based on Smalltalk syntax and concepts and uses the Cocoa object model. F-Script provides interactive and scripting access to Cocoa objects.
F-Script also introduces a brand new model for high level object oriented programming (including sophisticated object query capacities), based on an advanced integration between object techniques and array technology.
F-Script version 1.2.3 comes full of new goodies, including a graphical array inspector, a customizable Cocoa object browser, support for pointers, a graphical view picker, support for the new Jaguar archiving model, and more...
You can find more information about the F-Script update at the F-Script Web site. F-Script 1.2.3 is available as freeware.