My review of REAL Studio 2010 Release 3 is up on the ARBP site.
Bottom line is that Cocoa isn’t ready for prime-time yet (obviously since it’s labeled as BETA), but it is nice to see what they’ve been working on. I urge you to try it out and report the bugs you find (which shouldn’t be hard to find). The more reports RS has on Cocoa bugs the better Cocoa will be eventually.
RBScript is still a mystery. I don’t use it any of my projects and I don’t know of many developers using it. With a new compiler (LVVM) behind it I expect it to break some projects. Again, finding and reporting the bugs will help all of us.
Console applications being able to access the graphics classes seems like a recipe for disaster in certain situations. If you use console apps a lot what is your opinion of this change?
What is your opinion of Cocoa, RBScript and Release 3 in general? Did I get anything wrong?