|Subject:||Any progress on OSX version?|
|Date:||Thu, 3 Nov 2005 00:44:23 +0000|
The ideal solution, of course, would be a binary installer. OSX is currently only one platform (shortly two, but that's still not insurmountable)... once a binary installer has been created, there would be no hassle for anyone installing Gnustep on OSX again!
But failing that, maybe the scripts have got better since I last tried. Has there been any progress on this front? Do we still need to use the FSF version of GCC as opposed to Apple's?
If I could get Gnustep to install on my box, I would start bringing some of my projects onto it. They're probably minority interest things now (i.e. a neural network simulator), but I guess every bit of software helps. I imagine other cocoa developers would do the same... if we had a macos X installer file which installed all the Gnustep backend, along with Gorm, ProjectCentre and a few sample apps, I reckon the amount of apps released for Gnustep would skyrocket!
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