I understand Objective-C is a heritage from the NextStep time (correct me if
But why should we use it now in 2004?
Objective-C seems dead (whas is ever alive?) on every platform except OS X
We live in a world were Apple struggles for it's life and the last thing we
needed was a dead language
(Apple did get rid of it's Pascal heritage just to do it over again)
What I mean is that developers wants to write software on their favorite
platform but not to any price.
With C++ you can do anything that Objective-C does ...