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Re: A killer app?
Re: A killer app?
Fri, 26 Jan 2001 07:03:28 -0800 (PST)
--- Helge Hess <address@hidden> wrote:
> Gregory Casamento wrote:
> > I have taken a few OpenStep applications and *just compiled* them using
> > GNUstep. The biggest problem is not the code, but the nib files. I've got
> > version of FreeSpace almost working. The only reason I haven't released
> it is
> > 1) I don't feel it's ready since I haven't finished the nibs for it 2) I
> > have a great deal of spare time and 3) I've got a few other things I'm
> > for GNUstep which are more important.
> Ok. I guessed that .nib's are on of the biggest problems. Wasn't there a
> nib2gmodel which could convert the models to GNUstep ?
Yes, but it's not perfect. Converting OS4.2 apps is not a problem, at least
for me. I have the most trouble porting MOSX applications since I don't
currently own a machine which runs it.
> > I ported the Chronographer library which almost no changes. I also start
> on a
> > port for the Sen:te CVL application. Although I was able to port
> > and SenTestingKit, I am having problems compling the SenOyster library
> > of some non-portable (read not OPENSTEP) code which depends on the perl.h
> > EXTERN.h header files.
> What did you need to 'port' for SenFoundation/SenTestingKit ? Was that
> only the makefiles or did you encounter differences/problems ?
I literally was able to bring in the make files and do a build. For
SenFoundation I believe that there were some obj-c runtime definitions which
are being used and, in the case of GNUstep, these are in the extensions library
not in the normal includes.
I can post the patch, if you want. As I said there were almost no
modifications. As I stated in a previous note, the only problem I am having
w/ CVL is that I cannot get SenOyster to build properly with the perl.h and
EXTERN.h headers I have on my system.
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