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Re: GNUstep on Darwin


From: LHelldorf
Subject: Re: GNUstep on Darwin
Date: Fri, 6 Apr 2001 00:02:31 +0200




Helge Hess <address@hidden>

04.04.2001 21:55

       
        To:        address@hidden
        cc:        address@hidden
        Subject:        Re: GNUstep on Darwin


>address@hidden wrote:
>> >You can't use gnustep-objc on Darwin since Darwin doesn't have a GNU
>> >Objective-C compiler yet, but only a NeXT ObjC compiler.
>> >
>> >You need to use the NeXT runtime library, eg by using a gstep-make
>> >library combo of nx-gnu-gnu-gnu. Depending on what you want to do, a
>> >nx-nx-gnu-gnu combo could also make sense.
>> How do I do this? Which things do I have to change?
>
>Take a look at the gstep-make DESIGN and README files, RTFM ;-)
>
>Also note "Depending on what you want to do", you didn't say anything
>about what you want to accomplish. There is no single installation
>procedure, there are several ones and each has it's own pros and cons.


O.K. New Start. Since it is not possible to have a Darwin/GNUstep System that runs Mac OS X Cocoa Binaries I want to have a System that simply runs.
I want to reach that goal with the tools I've got with Darwin (especially the compiler which seems to be a derivate of gcc 2.95.2 as the People from address@hidden told me) plus maybe some extra tools.
I want to take the way with the least pitfalls.
I read the Dokumentation of gnustep-make and know now that i'll have to build a nx-gnu-gnu-gnu library combo since I'll have to use Darwins Objective C runtime (must be libobjc.A.dylib, libobjc.A_profile.dylib, libobjc.dylib, libobjc_profile.dylib in /usr/lib/). I think I have to make gnustep-base, gnustep-gui, gnustep-xgps and WindowMaker and I don't need to make gnustep-libobjc, but what about ffcall, libxml, dgs, gnustep-guile and openssl, will I need them, will they run?
Then You said something about a possible nx-nx-gnu-gnu combo. Is this possible with plain vanilla Darwin, is there a Foundation library somewhere? And which packages would I need to compile and install then?

Thanks for your help, Lars


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