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ANN: GNUstep Startup 0.11.0

From: Adam Fedor
Subject: ANN: GNUstep Startup 0.11.0
Date: Thu, 12 May 2005 16:11:14 -0600

The GNUstep Startup Package, version 0.11.0 is now available.

What is the GNUstep Startup Package?

GNUstep Startup is a compilation of the following core GNUstep packages:
gnustep-make Version 1.10.0
gnustep-base Version 1.10.3
gnustep-gui Version 0.9.5
gnustep-back Version 0.9.6

The main advantage of Startup is that it includes a script to
automatically build and install the core GNUstep system.

After installing GNUstep Startup, you will have a complete system for
compiling and running GNUstep applications. You will, of course, need
to compile and install applications (such as GWorkspace) to actually
use GNUstep in a runtime system. For a complete developement system,
you would also need to install the Gorm and ProjectCenter

The installation scripts have been tested on:

GNU-Linux/PPC (YellowDog Linux 3.0)
Darwin/PPC 7.x
Solaris/SPARC 2.7
Debian Unstable/ix86

NOTES: Windows uses should preferably use the Windows binary installer
available at Some systems (Debian, FreeBSD, Gentoo,
etc) have precompiled binaries of GNUstep available through their
normal distribution system. It may be preferable to get GNUstep this

Note for developers and testers: You can use these scripts to build
the libraries from CVS. Just run the install script from the Startup
directory in CVS.

Changes in version 0.11.0

GNUstep base version 1.10.3 is included, but this really only has one patch
that was already included in the previous Startup release.

GNUstep Back 0.9.6 is included, which adds a few minor bug fixes.

More informative checks for certain libraries are included.

Preliminary (and untested) support for mingw and cygwin.

Where can you get it?  How can you compile it?

The gnustep-startup-0.11.0.tar.gz distribution file has been placed at

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