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Re: Introduction, and Proposed GSFH.

From: David Wetzel
Subject: Re: Introduction, and Proposed GSFH.
Date: Thu, 28 Feb 2002 12:49:23 +0000

Stefan Urbanek <address@hidden> wrote:

> * User/Developer files separation
> My suggetsion is to separate gnustep* packages into two: user and
> developer. User package will contain libraries, resources, tools and
> apps. Developer packages will contain header files and makefiles. Move
> Makefiles and Headers into System/Developer directory. 

I see no reason why a framework should not contain headers. Today, the harddisk 
are getting bigger and bigger and header files are not very big anyway.

What we need are binary distributions containing 
* Frameworks (divided into base, AppKit, GSWeb, DB) 
* User Apps
* Developer Tools

And this not only for some Linux versions but also for Solaris, *BSD and Win 
and Apple. (The later two where possible)

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