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Re: *Any* way to getting GNUstep on a G4 ???

From: M. Uli Kusterer
Subject: Re: *Any* way to getting GNUstep on a G4 ???
Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 02:19:08 +0200
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In article <address@hidden>,
 Adam Fedor <address@hidden> wrote:

> 1. compile gcc 3.3.2.  I could probably send it to you if you want.
> 2. Compile and install libffi from the gcc 3.3.2 installation
> 3. Then I installed any extra libraries needed via fink (see the 
> README.Darwin) and FinkCommander.app
> 4. Compile and install GNUstep
> If you have a problem with a particular step, send me the error 
> messages and I can look at them.

 Could you perhaps have a gander at my reply to Fabien. I've copied all 
I have about my attempt to compile GNUstep under OS X on that.

 Of course, my ideal solution would still be to be able to just install 
GNUstep on a working OS X without screwing with Apple's stuff, because 
that would come in really handy for side-by-side comparisons and would 
also let me do work on GNUstep and paying work side by side, without 
having to reboot... but I've freed up another partition, so at worst I 
could install another MacOS X there (Jaguar, Panther, Cheetah, 
whatever...) and then put GNUstep on there without an alias to Apple's 
or whatever.

 Whatever gets it working is fine with me.

Thanks in advance for any clues, kicks or whatever's needed.
-- Uli

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