[Date Prev][Date Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Date Index][Thread Index]
Sun, 22 Oct 2000 20:46:24 -0600
Now at http://www.gnustep.org
Week ending 22 October 2000
NSNull - New class added to provide dummy object that can be used in
NSString - try to make an 8-bit character string where possible.
GSString - tidied up, added concrete classes for substrings.
NSCalendarDate - fixed bugs when initialising from a string that is
shorter than the expected format.
Class cluster encoding/decoding fixes to ensure that the abstract cluster
leaders are encoded in archives rather than concrete private subclasses.
Changes made for NSAttributedString, NSArray, NSDate, NSDictionary, NSNumber.
gstep-gui (AppKit frontend)
NSPageLayout - partially implemented.
NSApplication - use page layout panel.
NSPrintInfo - fixes for if no PrinterAdmin is available.
NSTabView - various bugfixes
NSTabViewItem - memory leaks fixed.
NSClipView - fix for redraw when document view is smaller than clipview.
gstep-xgps (gui backend library)
Fixes for some focus handling problems.
Fix more problems with deferred windows.
Improve checking and debug info.
Testing (gui test and demo applications)
Ink - a new text editing application to replace Edit. This tests the
text classes and the document framework.
gstep-make (Makefiles package)
Fix opentool and openapp to handle quoted arguments correctly.
Fix for shared libraries in OpenBSD
tests (Regression testing)
Basic tests for NSDate and NSCalendarDate added
In addition to the library changes, the CVS repository has been modified -
The Testing module has been moved out of the core
module, and has been renamed to examples. The idea is to make it
clear that the core libraries must be installed before running the
The simplest way to update your local copy of the cvs repository is simply to
remove the core/Testing directory, and checkout the