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Re: Gorm Progress 07/11/2004


From: Gregory John Casamento
Subject: Re: Gorm Progress 07/11/2004
Date: Sun, 11 Jul 2004 22:08:19 -0700 (PDT)

One additional note, you should also install GormLib (in addition to make, gui,
etc) as there have been changes there as well.

--- Gregory John Casamento <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hey all,
> 
> Great news: The backwards compatibility and palette support changes are in
> and
> ready for testing. :)
> 
> To build the latest CVS Gorm you will need changes from both GUI and from
> MAKE.
>   Please update core and compile, then build Gorm.  
> 
> The new Gorm features are:
> 
> - Full support for custom palettes.
> - Backwards compatibility options in the "File" section of the document. 
> These
> are "per-gorm" options which can be set by the user.  This will allow you to
> set the version of the gorm file to be saved.
> 
> For those whom I've been promising an example palette, you will file it in:
> 
> dev-apps/test/palettetest
> 
> This palette demonstrates how to create a palette with a simple view (in this
> case NSBox) subclass and also demonstrates the use of a non-UI object in the
> palette.  It can serve as a template for custom palettes people want to
> create
> for use with Gorm in the future. :)
> 
> These features are new, please let me know if you find any bugs.  Please see
> the ChangeLog in the Gorm directory for a more full accounting of all of the
> changes made.
> 
> Thanks, GJC
> 
> =====
> Gregory John Casamento -- CEO/President Open Logic Corp.
> #### Maintainer of Gorm for GNUstep.
> 
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#### Maintainer of Gorm for GNUstep.




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