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A bridge between an Objective C runtime environment and Python.

Project Description

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Rubicon-ObjC

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Rubicon-ObjC is a bridge between Objective-C and Python. It enables you to:

  • Use Python to instantiate objects defined in Objective-C,
  • Use Python to invoke methods on objects defined in Objective-C, and
  • Subclass and extend Objective-C classes in Python.

It also includes wrappers of the some key data types from the Foundation framework (e.g., NSString).

Tutorial

Want to jump in and get started? We have a hands-on tutorial for beginners.

How-to guides

Looking for guidance on how to solve a specific problems? We have how-to guides and recipes for common problems and tasks, including how to contribute.

Reference

Just want the raw technical details? Here’s our Technical reference.

Background

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Community

Rubicon is part of the BeeWare suite. You can talk to the community through:

Code of Conduct

The BeeWare community has a strict Code of Conduct. All users and developers are expected to adhere to this code.

If you have any concerns about this code of conduct, or you wish to report a violation of this code, please contact the project founder Russell Keith- Magee.

Contributing

If you experience problems with this backend, log them on GitHub. If you want to contribute code, please fork the code and submit a pull request.

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