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Re: new users question (continued...)


From: Stefan Urbanek
Subject: Re: new users question (continued...)
Date: Wed, 20 Apr 2005 09:39:57 +0200
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Citát Lloyd Dupont <address@hidden>:

> I finally get some very simple ObjectiveC prgram working
> So I though Let's try to use foundation!
> 
> I setup the very simple following environment variables
> set
>
PATH=D:\GNUstep\Development\msys\1.0\bin;D:\GNUstep\Development\msys\1.0\mingw\bin;%PATH%
> set OBJC_INCLUDE_PATH=D:\GNUstep\System\Library\Headers
> 
> then I tryed to compile this very simple program:
> #import <Foundation/Foundation.h>
> 
> // gcc deux.m -Wno-import -lobjc -o deux.exe

use GNUmakefile instead with contents:

--- BEGIN GNUmakefile ---

include $(GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES)/common.make

TOOL_NAME  = deux
deux_OBJC_FILES = deux.m

include $(GNUSTEP_MAKEFILES)/tool.make

--- END GNUmakefile ---

then just type make. 

<snip>
 
> Anyway, if someone read that, let me ask again on how to ship a GNUstep base
> program without installing GNUstep, but just the required DLLs.... any
> though? links? ideas? 
> thanks!

AFAIK, you still have to have GNUstep stuff instaled, because GNUstep is not
just "a bunch of libraries", it is more complex runtime environment composed of
libraries, "servers" and resources. It can be roughly compared to the Java
runtime environment.

Regards,

Stefan Urbanek
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