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Re: ANN: GNUstep 2.6.0 for openSUSE 11.4


From: Nat!
Subject: Re: ANN: GNUstep 2.6.0 for openSUSE 11.4
Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 10:35:08 +0200

Thanks for all the help, to avoid spam, here's all my replies in one mail.


Am 14.06.2011 um 00:33 schrieb David Chisnall:

> On 13 Jun 2011, at 23:01, Nat! wrote:
> 
>> o    the standard gdb doesn't seem so clued in about objective-c, but I 
>> don't see a specific gdb package for objective-c. Where to get it ?
> 
> 
> Did you try 'set language objective-c'?  I think gdb has Objective-C support 
> by default, but sometimes it decides that you're in a C or C++ stack frame 
> randomly and sets the language wrongly.  
> 

Yes, sure works better this way. This leads to the next question, how do I set 
a breakpoint on
raise ?

gdb /usr/bin/Gorm
break -[NSException raise]      
... future...  y
run

But it doesn't break, when it hits the exception.


Am 14.06.2011 um 01:15 schrieb Fred Kiefer:

> On 14.06.2011 00:01, Nat! wrote:
>> o    is there no NSSegmentedControl in GNUstep ? Loading a Mac OS X nib with 
>> one inside, produces an exception.
> 
> GNUstep has had support for NSSegmentedControl for more then three years. 
> What is the problem you are getting? Could you provide the NIB file for 
> testing?
> 
> Fred

I attached it, it's fairly tiny. The problem is an exception while loading it, 
can't produce the stack trace though. Gorm is 1.2.12.

Attachment: segmented-control-from-osx.nib.zip
Description: Zip archive





Am 14.06.2011 um 03:20 schrieb Richard Stonehouse:

> Hi Nat,
> 
> On Mon, Jun 13, 2011 at 07:58:27PM -0400, Nat!<address@hidden> wrote:
> 
>> o    is there something like libobjc45-devel ? I need the headers ...
> 
> Not that I can see. However there are some in the package gcc45-objc
> which are installed at /usr/lib/gcc/i586-suse-linux/4.5/include/objc/
> - are those what you're looking for?

yes, I think that solves my problem, as the compiler should find them. 

>> 
>> o    was XFCE as window manager a reasonable choice, or could this be a 
>> source of some of my problems ?
> 
> It's actually lxdm, which is kind of loosely associated with the lxde
> suite (not xfce) but designed to be usable independently. It was
> originally chosen because xdm had a nasty bug, the patch for which was
> awkward to apply because of the way xdm is built in openSUSE. lxdm
> seemed the most lightweight Display Manager after xdm. But also it
> looks nicer - themable and generally modern appearance.

The way I installed everything was, I installed OpenSUSE 11.4 first, when it 
was time to chose a windowmanager I chose XFCE. Then I installed your packages 
from Yast. I am sure my window manager is still XFCE.

> 
>> o    why are the Gorm palettes all black and white ? :)
> 
> On my system, most of them are B&W but the rightmost one - the Data
> Palette - has a picture which is in colour. Can you check whether you
> get that?

Yes, that was more of a joke. ;)


Am 14.06.2011 um 09:46 schrieb Matt Rice:
> 
> what version of gdb?
> 
gdb --version says

GNU gdb (GDB) SUSE (7.2-3.3)

Ciao
   Nat!
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