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== Open Tasks ==
== Open Tasks ==
Review of gnustep-examples [[https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=614520 #614520]].
== Open Issues ==
== Open Issues ==

Latest revision as of 18:31, 27 September 2010


[edit] GNUstep

[edit] Summary

GNUstep development environment for Fedora

[edit] Owner

[edit] Current Status

  • Targeted release: Fedora 14
  • Last updated: 2010-09-27
  • Percentage of completion: 100%

[edit] Detailed Description

GNUstep is a GNU project to implement a Openstep/Nextstep-like environment on normal unix/linux systems.

[edit] Benefit to Fedora

Providing the GNUstep environment for Fedora which is available on other Linux distribution like Debian or Gentoo Linux.

[edit] Scope

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.

[edit] 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.

[edit] Dependencies

GNUstep needs the objective C environment which is provided by the gcc.

[edit] Contingency Plan

Not required. It can be introduced after the release of a distribution without any impact for the user. Is only an enhancement.

[edit] Documentation

[edit] Open Tasks


[edit] Open Issues


[edit] Release Notes

This Feature offers the possibility to create GNUstep applications on Fedora. GNUstep is an open source reimplementation of Nextstep. It's provide an GUI framework base of the Objective-C programming language.

The Objective-C programming language is part of the GNU compiler collection (gcc).

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.