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- Subject: Re: iWhatever Development
- From: Joshua Jensen <jjensen@...>
- Date: Fri, 11 Jun 2010 21:19:44 -0600
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From: Matthew M. Burke
Date: 6/11/2010 9:02 PM
Correct me if I'm wrong, but Wax lets me directly call ANY of the
Objective C APIs from Lua without wrapping them (incredibly cool, of
course). That means I can have the iPhone Wax shell application and all
API calls are made by the included scripts. If those scripts can be
modified after ship (downloads, other means), then hackers could
completely replace an iPhone Wax application's contents with their own.
John Passaniti wrote:
On Fri, Jun 11, 2010 at 7:47 PM, Alexander Gladysh
Actually it's quite mature and quite stable. And there are several
apps in the app store built with Wax. Corey has released several apps
himself including one which pulls and displays apartment listings from
San Francisco Craigslist (IIRC). Ask on the google group for more
BTW, Have you seen iPhone Wax?
I've seen it, but it doesn't seem mature enough for production use.
If I'm wrong, and there are actually significant iWhatever
applications out there (no proof of concept enhanced "hello world"
examples), I'll gladly reconsider and give it a closer look.
This is why I have a hard time believing Apple would accept any new
iPhone Wax application under the new 3.3.# clauses.