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Mulle kybernetiK
Drinking Cocoa since the early seventies

News

mulle-objc released!

Nat!, 24 November 2016

The mulle-objc compiler and runtime have finally been released. Build and run Objective-C on a growing number of platforms. [mulle-objc]

mulle-concurrent 1.0.8

Nat!, 27 October 2016

mulle-concurrent version 1.8.0 is the sixth released piece of mulle-objc . It's a lock- and wait-free hashtable (and an array too), written in C. [mulle-concurrent]

MulleScion 1855

Nat!, 05 August 2016

1855 has some fixes for IOS and MulleFoundation.

[MulleScion]

OCMock 3.2 released

erik, 03 October 2015

This release combines several contributions, including mocking of dynamic properties and invoking block arguments.

[more]

MulleScion 1853

Nat!, 22 September 2015

Already up to 1853 now!. mulle-scion the command tool is much more powerful. The template language has also been improved, as well as the build system.

[MulleScion]

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Features


iTunesFS

iTunesFS allows you to mount the iTunes database and all your local iPods as a file system, using the excellent MacFUSE. Albums, Artists and all Playlists are exposed as directories, with their respective entries, allowing for painless backups.


OCMock

OCMock is an Objective-C implementation of mock objects. It creates mock objects on the fly and uses the trampoline pattern so that you can define expectations and stubs using the same syntax that you use to call methods.


MulleEOInterface

The MulleEOInterface framework is a binary replacement for the EOInterface framework that Apple delivered in their Objective-C version of WebObjects (4.5). It's the link between EOControl and AppKit. Also features MulleEOObserver.

Version 1.3


Optimizing Objective-C

This article series explores ways how to make your Objective-C code run faster. The series covers exclusively Objective-C and Foundation specifica. Optimizing code in general is not part of the agenda.


MkConsole

MkConsole displays logfiles on your desktop. Really useful if you have to monitor servers or you just want to keep an eye on what's going on on your machine.

Repositories

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