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Re: RFD: ImageViewer evolution


From: Alex Perez
Subject: Re: RFD: ImageViewer evolution
Date: Mon, 7 Jul 2003 14:19:32 -0700 (PDT)

Philippe et al,

There is a GPLed, Cocoa OS X application which you may or may not be aware
of called EOS Image Manager, which is available at
http://eosim.sourceforge.net/ . It has several of the features you
mentioned, and I just wanted to let you and the rest of the GNUstep
community know about it. I've never personally used it, but in light if
your message, I will download it tonight and maybe give a little write-up
(with screenshots if someone requests them...) and put that somewhere on
the Internet.

If you want a copy of the EOSIM source, just go to the sourceforge project
page and select CVS, and do a CVS checkout (source tarballs are not
available, don't you just *love* .dmg's?)

There are some screenshots on that page as well...maybe we could port this
app, or maybe we could borrow useful code

Alex Perez
Resident anti-code-duplication Nazi :)

>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> ...
>>   Compiling file FBRelationCarrier.m ...
>> FBRelationCarrier.m:3:2: warning: #import is obsolete, use an #ifndef
>> wrapper in the header file
>>   Compiling file FBDataExtension.m ...
>> FBDataExtension.m:3:2: warning: #import is obsolete, use an #ifndef
>> wrapper in the header file
>>   Compiling file FBErrorManager.m ...
>> FBErrorManager.m:3:2: warning: #import is obsolete, use an #ifndef
>> wrapper in the header file
>>   Compiling file FBStringExtension.m ...
>> FBStringExtension.m:3:2: warning: #import is obsolete, use an #ifndef
>> wrapper in the header file
>> ...
>>
>> please, how can this be suppressed. I found an article abiut this
>> issue  mentioning -Wimport. Where do I have to put or delete this
>> string to  avoid these warnings? Thanks a lot!
>
> The GCC flag to suppress the warning is -Wno-import.  You can have
> gnustep-make add the flag automatically for you if you configure
> gnustep-make with the option '--enable-import' (as in: ./configure
> --enable-import when configuring gnustep-make).  Otherwise, you can edit
> by hand
>
> /opt/GNUstep/System/Library/Makefiles/config.make
>
> setting the variable OBJC_NO_IMPORT_FLAGS to -Wno-import, as in the
> following example -
>
> #
> # Binary and compile tools
> #
> CC       = gcc
> OPTFLAG  = -O2
> CPPFLAGS =
> OBJC_NO_IMPORT_FLAGS = -Wno-import
> CPP      = gcc -E
>
>
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