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Re: Extending gnustep

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: Extending gnustep
Date: Mon, 06 Sep 2010 10:49:11 +0200
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Hopefully you already had a few replies in private mails. If not, here
is a public one.

The project you are proposing is way over your head. What you suggest
amounts into writing an iPhone Emulator (or rather a simulator as Apple
did), implementing all the iPhone libraries and some of the applciations
and integration that with the development IDE you choose. This are very
interesting project, but cannot be done in the time of a graduation
project. You should focus yourself on one part of the problem. Implement
a few of the iPhone libraries on base of GNUstep, improve GNUstep
ProjectCenter on Windows or improve the Objective-C support in Eclipse.


Am 03.09.2010 23:03, schrieb Rasha Assad:
> If you don't mind I need your opinion about my graduation project idea, I
> noticed that a lot of people want a tool in order to develop iPhone apps
> using objective-C on windows;My graduation project target is to make a
> complete IDE or may be a plug-in to compile objective-C and simulate apps on
> iPhone simulator ( something exact like Xcode but working on windows), I am
> thinking to extend the GNustep project to do so.
> so could you please kindly tell me what is already implemented in GNustep
> and what lacks me to complete my project?

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