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Re: Document-based applications in GNUstep

From: Fabien VALLON
Subject: Re: Document-based applications in GNUstep
Date: Sat, 29 May 2004 19:43:02 +0200
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Fred Kiefer (address@hidden) wrotet:
> Christopher Culver wrote:
> >However, the application would have to be document-based, using
> >various functions with which I am not familiar, being able to prompt
> >for save, allow multiple documents open at the same time, etc. Is
> >there a good tutorial for creating applications along these lines? Are
> >there any GNUstep caveats, or can Cocoa documents be safely used?
> I know about no tutorial for this, but Ink could be used as a starting 
> point. I wrote it to learn about document based applications. Not 
> everything will be correct, but I hope I did understand the general 
> principles at that time.
> Most of the Cocoa interfaces should be fine, but remember, we are always 
> lagging behind.

You can also checkout Preview (CVS) https://gna.org/projects/gsimageapps/.
It seems there is is still a "bug" into NSDocumentcontroller:
currentDirectory (the Open and Save Panels does not have a correct directory
when opening)


Fabien VALLON - address@hidden
Ingenieur Informatique Libre  - Alcove - http://www.alcove.com
GNUstep-http://www.gnustep.org - OpenGroupware - http:/www.opengroupware.org   

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