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Re: Help with Windows Setup - NSCalendar specifically


From: Richard Frith-Macdonald
Subject: Re: Help with Windows Setup - NSCalendar specifically
Date: Fri, 5 Mar 2010 03:33:28 +0000

On 5 Mar 2010, at 00:15, address@hidden wrote:

> I'm new to ObjectiveC, but I'm working on an iPhone App and that's the 
> language I have to use.
> 
> I installed the 2 required files as per the instructions here:
> http://www.gnustep.org/experience/Windows.html
> 
> This is setup and working, I can write up a simple program, compile it, and 
> it executes as expected.
> 
> The issue I'm having is that the installer seems to include 
> "NSCalendarDate.h" instead of "NSCalendar.h".  As far as I can tell 
> NSCalendar is not supported on the iPhone and it's recommended I use 
> NSCalendar.  
> 
> I found a website that had "NSCalendar.h" available for download here:
> http://www.quantum-step.com/download/sources/mySTEP/Foundation/Sources/
> 
> I grabbed that include file, modified my own "Foundation.h" file to Import 
> it, and recompiled.  Now I am getting the following error that I can't find 
> much reference to through Google.
> 
>      "undefined reference to '___objc_class_name_NSCalendar'"
> 
> Does anyone know what I can do to get NSCalendar working and compiling on my 
> windows system?  

GNUstep doesn't include NSCalendar, it uses NSCalendarDate.  To get NSCalendar 
you need to write that class (and ideally contribute it to GNUstep so that it 
will be available to everyone and will get bugfixes etc from everyone).

A basic NSCalendar implementation (supporting the Gregorian calendar) should 
fairly easy to write based on the NSCalendarDate code, since NSCalendarDate 
already has all the needed functionality.

> I don't know if it's helpful but it took me some doing to get my "gcc" 
> compilation line working and it includes several switches that might be 
> influencing things.  NSString wouldn't work either until I added the "-f" 
> switch, maybe there's something similar I can do for NSCalendar?

I would recommend using gnustep-make to do your building, as it will do all the 
compiler switches for you.
You can then do 'make messages=yes' to get it to print out the exact command 
lines it is using if you need to know all the details.





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