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on Mac OS X.
on Mac OS X.
A list of applications based on GNUstep you may find at
A list of applications based on GNUstep you may find at [http://gnustep.org/experience/apps.html List of GNUstep applications].
Detailed introduction to the GNUstep project you may find at [
Detailed introduction to the GNUstep project you may find at [http://gnustep.org/information/aboutGNUstep.html ].
Revision as of 19:50, 20 July 2010
GNUstep development environment for Fedora
- Name: Jochen Schmitt
- email: Jochen@herr-schmitt.de
- Targeted release: Fedora 14
- Last updated: 2010-07-14
- Percentage of completion: 90%
TODO: Reviewing the following packages:
GNUstep is a GNU project to implement a Openstep/Nextstep-like environment on normal unix/linux systems.
Benefit to Fedora
Providing the GNUstep environment for Fedora which is available on other Linux distribution like Debian or Gentoo Linux.
This is a entirely new feature which has no impact for other packages. Only the gnustep-make package, which is part of this feature was updated to the most recent release.
How to Test
- Try out to build and running the gnustep-example package on Fedora.
- Download the gnu-example package.
- build the gnu-example package on a local machine
- Install it and try to start any application offer by this package.
GNUstep needs the objective C environment which is provided by the gcc.
Not required. It can be introduced after the release of a distribution without any impact for the user. Is only an enhancement.
- Please see http://www.gnustep.org
Review of gnustep-examples [#614520].
This Feature offers the possibility to create GNUstep applications on Fedora. GNUstep is an open source reimplementation of Nextstep. Another successor of Nextstep is Cocoa, which is the API to create GUI applications on Mac OS X.
A list of applications based on GNUstep you may find at List of GNUstep applications.
Detailed introduction to the GNUstep project you may find at GNUstep Introduction.