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Re: renaming Terminal to GSTerminal

From: Sebastian Reitenbach
Subject: Re: renaming Terminal to GSTerminal
Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2010 11:09:32 +0200
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On 10/25/10 05:52, Germán Arias wrote:
Are you sure, you has changed all the Terminal_XXX?, like

"Terminal_OBJC_FI..." to "GSTerminal_OBJC_FI..."
"Terminal_LOCALIZED_RESOUR...." to "GSTerminal_LOCA.."
"Terminal_LANGUAGES..." to "GSTerminal_LA....."

It works to me.
Ah, I only changed the APP_NAME, and then built it. I missed all those others... In the meantime the problem got solved otherwise, the name of the xfce4 terminal binary got changed to solve the conflict ;)

anyways, thanks for pointing me into the right direction.


On dom, 2010-10-24 at 18:48 +0200, Sebastian Reitenbach wrote:

I wanted to add the Terminal to the OpenBSD ports. but it conflicts with
the Terminal binary of xfce. To work around the conflict I thought I can
change the APP_NAME in the GNUmakefile to GSTerminal. It rebuild fine,
and in the end I had the GSTerminal binary installed. However, when I
try to start it, then I get the following error message:

GNUSTEP Internal Error:
The GNUstep function to establish the argv and environment variables could
not find the main function of your program.
Perhaps your program failed to #include<Foundation/NSObject.h>  or
<Foundation/Foundation.h>  (or included/imported a different version of the
header from the one supplied with this copy of the gnustep-base library)?
If that is not the case, Please report the error to address@hidden

I'm not perfectly sure what that means to me. Do I can fix it somehow
via Makefile variables?
I also wonder, whether GWorkspace then still would make use of
GSTerminal via the services menu, or would it not find it then?


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