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Re: GNUstep.app, was: Debian Package Repository...

From: Fred Kiefer
Subject: Re: GNUstep.app, was: Debian Package Repository...
Date: Mon, 18 Jan 2021 18:45:09 +0100

Great website! There is one typo on the IDE page ("Different approaches für 
building cross platform GUI“) :-)

And you should add PikoPixel to your list of apps.


> Am 18.01.2021 um 16:56 schrieb Johannes Brakensiek <johannes@brakensiek.info>:
> Hello everyone,
> On 15 Dec 2020, at 21:28, Johannes Brakensiek wrote:
>> In the meantime I installed Arch/Manjaro on my development laptop as you are 
>> provided with much more recent packages when using a rolling release. And 
>> the Arch PKGBUILD system is quite easy to set up, so I've created some Arch 
>> packages using clang and libobjc2. These are compiled from git sources and 
>> thus provide some sort of continous delivery for development purposes:
>> https://build.opensuse.org/project/show/home:letterus:gnustep-ngr
>> That said I'd happily provide information on how to retrigger builds for the 
>> app/project you maintain to deliver a fresh build if you wish.
>> One would have to add, that openSUSE's Open Build Service currently only 
>> provides x86_64 packages for Arch PKGBUILD files.
>> This is not the case for Debian and RPM spec files. So I would of course add 
>> packaging instructions for additional distributions and architectures in 
>> case anybody would like to provide these.
>> P.S.: For Manjaro users (I really like it); Add a panel to the top of the 
>> screen, add a global menu there and set GNUstep to use the Sombre.theme from 
>> Bertrand Dekoninck. From a optical point of view it integrates nicely, I 
>> think.
> just to let you know. I used the time after Christmas to prepare a little 
> showcase on how to develop GNUstep apps when coming from macOS/Cocoa (these 
> apps using AppKit) and how to integrate these into a popular desktop 
> environment (because I think that’s what new devs would be interested in):
> https://gnustep.app/
> It was a nice experience to put together some bits and pieces I learned and 
> explored the last year.
> Hope you enjoy as well
> Johannes

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