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Mon, 25 Oct 2004 13:21:57 -0400
Please forward this to where ever it should really go.
I would like to use GNUStep to develop for windows. I would like to
suggest that you create a windows installer that includes everything
you need to develop GNUStep applications on windows. There is one that
puts the base stuff on, but you still have to get gorm, project center
and the nib translation utilities separately. I am sure that I will
have time to do this at some point, but it has been just enough hassle
to make me postpone it. I am not sure when I will have time to do it,
because I am not sure if it is even really usable for windows yet.
I believe such an installer would increase the acceptance of GNUStep. I
have used Cocoa on the mac, however I get paid to develop on windows
and would like to beable to go cross-platform. Cocoa (and GNUStep on
linux) work great. But I have not seen the tools work on windows, and
it is just enough hassle that I will probably not get to it for a year.
However if I could just install and code, I would probably evaluate it
just a suggestion.
- (no subject), Doreen Johns, 2004/10/05
- (no subject), Kenton Koehler, 2004/10/08
- (no subject), Jenny Collier, 2004/10/08
- (no subject), Ruthie Montgomery, 2004/10/24
- (no subject), Hugh Seay, 2004/10/24
- (no subject),
Bobby Skinner <=
- (no subject), Jules E. Hodges, 2004/10/31
- (no subject), Aisha Payne, 2004/10/31