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From: Jeremy Erwin <jerwin@po...> - 2002-07-22 17:53:22
I would like to be able to port the GNUStep (www.gnustep.org) tools to
macosx and darwin, as this would allow me to more easily port GNUstep
apps to cocoa, and vice-versa.
Has anyone tried this?
I've started on a fink .info for gnustep-make.
However, the configure script for gnustep-core seems to require the file
"objc/NXConstStr.h". Anyone know where this file might be? Should I
install a second objc runtime?
make install special_prefix=%d
make -C Documentation install GNUSTEP_INSTALLATION_DIR=%d/share/GNUstep
ANNOUNCE COPYING ChangeLog FAQ NEWS README GNUstep-HOWTO
Description: make utility for GNUStep
The makefile package is a simple, powerful and extensible way to
write makefiles for a GNUstep-based project. It allows the user to
write a project without having to deal with the complex issues
associated with configuration, building, installation, and packaging.
It also allows the user to easily create cross-compiled binaries.
Maintainer: Jeremy Erwin <jerwin@...>
> I would like to be able to port the GNUStep (www.gnustep.org) tools to
> macosx and darwin, as this would allow me to more easily port GNUstep
> apps to cocoa, and vice-versa.
> Has anyone tried this?
yes, i have some time ago. well, just a little as i was interested in
> However, the configure script for gnustep-core seems to require the
> file "objc/NXConstStr.h". Anyone know where this file might be? Should
> I install a second objc runtime?
so i assume you are using gcc3. gnustep-make and gnustep-base work with
gcc2 but gnustep-gui fails, with gcc3 i had the same problem as you
describe now and didn't investigate much further.
note: when i last checked it about a month ago there was a more recent
description at http://www.made-it.com (i think) wich suggested to build the
whole gcc compiler new (with some different flags). dind't do that
though and kinda forgot about it in the month or so.