<H3>SIG on Python bindings for Objective-C/NeXTSTEP/OpenStep</H3>
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<p>The Python / Objective C connection lives on in the <a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/pyobjc" >PyObjC project</a> at SourceForge!
<P>The purpose of this SIG is to complete a Python extension module binding the Objective-C and Python runtime systems. Goals include:
<LI>Providing the ability to dynamically call from Objective-C to Python and vice versa.<P>
<LI>Resolving the syntactic differences between the languages.<P>
<LI>Providing the ability to move inheritance, interface, and implementation easily across the Python/Objective-C boundary.<P>
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