Basic Python binding to macOS' Objective-C Cocoa
In addition to the pycocoa package, the distribution files contain several tests, some examples and the documentation (generated by Epydoc using command line epydoc --html --no-private --no-source --name=PyCocoa --url=... -v pycocoa).
The tests and examples have only been run with 64-bit Python 2.7.15 and 3.7.0 using Python-VLC 2.2.8, 3.0.1 and 3.0.3 (with the compatible VLC App), but only on macOS 10.13.5 or 10.13.6 High Sierra. PyCocoa has not been tested on iOS nor with 32-bit Python and does not work with PyPy nor with Intel(R) Python.
To install PyCocoa, type pip install PyCocoa or easy_install PyCocoa in a terminal window. Alternatively, download PyCocoa-X.Y.Z from PyPI or GitHub, unzip the downloaded file, cd to directory PyCocoa- and type python setup.py install. To run all PyCocoa tests, type python setup.py test before installation.
Some alternatives to PyCocoa are (a) PyObjC, the most comprehensive Python to Objective-C bridge (and included in macOS’ Python), (b) Rubicon-ObjC for Python 3.5+, taking advantage of Python’s new typing annotations and (c) PyGUI for macOS.
Last updated: Aug 16, 2018.
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