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ANN: Gorm Release 0.2.0


From: Adam Fedor
Subject: ANN: Gorm Release 0.2.0
Date: Sat, 07 Dec 2002 19:18:17 -0700
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This is version 0.2.0 of Gorm.

What is Gorm?
=============

   Gorm is an acronym for Graphic Object Relationship modeler (or
perhaps GNUstep Object Relationship Modeler).

   Gorm is a clone of the NeXTstep `Interface Builder' application for
GNUstep.

   Gorm is not `gormless' (a Yorkshire dialect word that my parents
used when they spotted me staring, slack-jawed, at the TV).

Noteworthy changes in version `0.2.0' snapshot.
===============================================

   Gobs of improvements, mostly due to the hard work of Gregory John
Casamento and Pierre-Yves Rivaille. Thanks guys!

   * Custom class support/translations implemented.

   * Added NSScrollView, NSPopupButton, NSOutlineView, NSTableView
     editing.

   * Improved test mode support.

   * Improved drag n' drop support on many items.

   * Intelligent placement hints.

   * Read gmodel files.

   * More inspectors.

   * Sound and Image support.

   * gorm files were changed to directory wrappers for more flexibility.

How can I get support for this software?
========================================

   You may wish to use the GNUstep discussion mailing list for general
questions and discussion.  Look at the GNUstep Web Pages for more
information regarding GNUstep resources <http://www.gnustep.org/>

Where can you get it?  How can you compile it?
==============================================

   You can download sources and rpms (for some machines) from
<ftp://ftp.gnustep.org/pub/gnustep/dev-apps>.

Where do I send bug reports?
============================

   Bug reports can be sent to <address@hidden>.

Obtaining GNU Software
======================

   Check out the GNUstep web site. (<http://www.gnustep.org/>), and the
GNU web site. (<http://www.gnu.org/>)





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