ClassBrowser: warts and all

I previously gave a sneak peak of ClassBrowser, a dynamic execution environment for Objective-C. It’s not anything like ready for general use (in fact it can’t really do ObjC very well at all), but it’s at the point where you can kick the tyres and contribute pull requests. Here’s what you need to know:

Have a lot of fun!

ClassBrowser is distributed under the terms of the University of Illinois/NCSA licence (because it is based partially on code distributed with clang, which is itself under that licence).

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