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Re: ProjectCenter with multiple sourced GNUstep.sh


From: Sebastian Reitenbach
Subject: Re: ProjectCenter with multiple sourced GNUstep.sh
Date: Fri, 11 Aug 2006 05:47:39 -0000

Hi,
address@hidden wrote: 
> On 2006-08-10 00:17:10 -0600 Sebastian Reitenbach 
> <address@hidden> wrote:
> 
> > 
> > I thought I can use ProjectCenter to aid my fiddling around with 
> > OpenGroupware sources. I have to source the GNUstep.sh from the 
> > gnustep.org 
> > before I can start using ProjectCenter. For me the gnustep-base 
> > Foundation 
> > and the libFoundation of OpenGroupware seem a bit incompatible. At 
> > least I 
> > did not got the gnustep-base, gnustep-gui,... working in combination 
> > with the 
> > gnustep-make and libFoundation downloadable from the OpenGroupware 
> > project.
> > Can I tell ProjectCenter to use a different GNUstep.sh to setup a 
> > different 
> > environment for compiling and linking?
> 
I just found out that someone wrote a port or some ports of GNUstep to 
OpenBSD:
http://mail.rochester.edu/~asveikau/gnustep-openbsd/
it seems these are for OpenBSD-snapshots, and will probably make it into the 
OpenBSD 4.0 ports tree. You might consider looking there.
If you still want to read my experience, its not that much, as I had only some 
minor problems, then let me know.

> 
> Yes, please let us know anything you had to do to setup on OpenBSD.  I 
> think to use all the GNUstep libraries for ProjectCenter, you will 
> have to start it in a different shell, or perhaps write up some 
> command to start it with the correct GNUstep.sh sourced. Like this:
where shall I put this command, in a shell script, and start that?

> 
> projectcenter()
> {
>    . $GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ROOT/Libraries/Makefiles/GNUstep-reset.sh
>    . $GNUSTEP_SYSTEM_ROOT/Libraries/Makefiles/GNUstep.sh
>    openapp ProjectCenter
> }
> 

I am wondering, i thought I must have sourced GNUstep.sh to actually let 
ProjectCenter work. 
For OpenGroupware I only have gnustep-base and libFoundation installed. When I 
souce this GNUstep.sh file before starting project center, then I thought it 
will just not startup because there will be a lot of the needed libraries 
missing. Or did I misunderstood how you meant it?  Nevertheless, I'll try that 
later today. 

kind regards
Sebastian





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