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Re: Discuss-gnustep Digest, Vol 112, Issue 6

From: Ivan Vučica
Subject: Re: Discuss-gnustep Digest, Vol 112, Issue 6
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2012 20:47:09 +0100

Uninstall gnustep packages and build everything from svn hosted at:

You may want to install it with clang, after you install clang. (Personally, I also build clang from sources since clang might also be old.) If you use gcc, use at the very least gcc 4.6 to get some Objective-C 2.0 support.

export CC=clang

Then you need to build "make", "base", "gui" and "back" libraries in that order by running:

sudo make install

I can (once again) share my shell script that I used to install dependencies, build clang and build latest GNUstep on Ubuntu. If you need it and can't find it, say so and I'll send the link when I'm on desktop.


Ivan Vučica
via phone

On 3. 3. 2012., at 19:06, Matthew Weinstein <address@hidden> wrote:

So, help. Again, I'm trying this on Ubuntu, because I'm not a *nix guru. I was hoping just to be able to use the .debs out there. But aparently they are not fresh enough. How does one upgrade when there are no .debs a system which did install the basic (out of date) packages?

(this is why I landed up fleeing linux years ago, alas)

On Mar 3, 2012, at 9:00 AM, address@hidden wrote:

1.2.10 was released June 4th, 2009.   There have been plenty of fixes
and updates since then.   I would highly recommend updating your
installation of GNUstep and of Gorm and trying again.

In general nib->gorm translation is not perfect.  Most will come over,
but some may need to be recreated.   There are subtle issues with the

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