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Re: [Q] CoreFoundation on Linux ?

From: S.J.Chun
Subject: Re: [Q] CoreFoundation on Linux ?
Date: Thu, 25 Dec 2003 16:18:54 +0900 (KST)

Thanks for your reply.

The code in Apple is different from OpenDarwin CVS ? If so, I will try it. For 
me, it seems that
the data structure of CoreFoundation is made so that it can interchangeable 
with FoundationKit's
equivalents, so I think I can do this job for GNUstep :-)

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: "Chris B. Vetter" <address@hidden>
  To: address@hidden
  Sent: Wed, 24 Dec 2003 09:59:26 -0800
  Subject: Re: [Q] CoreFoundation on Linux ?

  On Wed, 24 Dec 2003 13:58:38 +0900
  NeXT <address@hidden> wrote:
  > Is there any port of CoreFoundation to Linux ? I've tried current 
  > version but is not compiled well.
  > And does this could be used with GNUstep ?
  The only 'port' I've heard of is what you can find in OpenDarwin's CVS.
  Never tried it, but the accompanying readme says it is "as is", and
  apparently not everything has been ported, eg. stuff related to MACH
  ports (obviously).
  > And does this could be used with GNUstep ?
  It isn't, but you can. Most of the stuff in CoreFoundation is written in
  plain C (I think some is C++ though). However you should keep in mind
  that Darwin is BSD related so some of it (like sockets) would probably
  require some additional work to have it work on Linux (unless it's
  already covered by the port, of course)
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