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Re: Install gnustep-base standalone


From: dieymir
Subject: Re: Install gnustep-base standalone
Date: 23 Apr 2005 06:51:50 -0700

Adam Fedor <address@hidden> wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...
> 
> Not really. But, you might be able to move everything to /usr/local and 
> it might work. Although gnustep-base uses several resources that it 
> expects to find in a certain place, and it may not work if it can't 
> find them.
> 
I'm afraid of that (hardcoded paths), I was using libFoundation
because it can be installed in that way but unfortunately it seems to
be a bit inmature so, finally,  I decided to go with gnustep-base. I
wonder if would be much difficult make it install and work
standalone...


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