I have a dualboot OSX Leopard and Vista machine. I'm not terribly familiar with most programming languages, just Python, but I'd like to take a crack at making apps. I know that the iPod has Python, but how do I go about programming non-console apps? There's a TCL library, if I programmed in Python/TCL would it automatically translate into some kind of touch interface based on existing widgets? If I have to learn a language for making apps that isn't Python I will, and I believe that the "Cocoa" program is the app of choice. Is there a Windows analog? I can go into my Leopard install if I must, but the more familiarity I've got the better Please Register or Log in to view images What language is Cocoa for iPod? I'm fairly certain Cocoa is just an IDE, but afaik it also holds the bindings for various devices and OSX "things" so that they can work in your program. That means you must use Cocoa? Or what?