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Weekly Update

From: Adam Fedor
Subject: Weekly Update
Date: Sun, 24 Sep 2000 14:11:59 -0600

At http://www.gnustep.org
Week ending 23 September 2000

gstep-base (Foundation)

GSXML - Tidied API.  Added parser initialisation/creation methods to read
from file, data, or url consistent with other class APIs.  Added support for
incrementally parsing a document in chunks of data.  Added text description of
node type, added method for handling character encodings, Various bugfixes.
NSURL - Implemented resource loading/saving (untested)
NSURLHandle - Implemented, along with a concrete subclass for handling
file URLs.
NSData - added methods for initialisation from URLs, fix for file loading
NSArray - added optional generation of xml property-lists
NSDictionary - added optional generation of xml property-lists
GSCompatibility - added XML property-list generator, added rint()
function implementation if not available natively.
NSRunLoop - added workaround for bug in MINGW select().
NSString - use fileSystemRepresentation implementation from
NSFileManager, new code for improved handling of string encodings, UTF8
support added.
NSTask - use fileSystemRepresentation for paths.
NSUser - home directory fixes for MINGW.
NSFileManager - improve checking to see if a path is a directory on MINGW.
fixup paths that might be from unix-like utilities on MINGW.
Test programs - fixes for MINGW.

gstep-gui (AppKit frontend)

GSSimpleLayoutManager - new class for basic text handling.
GSTextStorage - minor fix - don't make internal string public.

gstep-xgps (AppKit backend)

Fix for multi-click support - two clicks must occur in about the same
place as well as within a short time interval in order to be considered a

gstep-make (Makefiles package)

Minor bugfixes.

Week ending 23 September 2000

gstep-base (Foundation)
gstep-gui (AppKit frontend)
gstep-xgps (AppKit backend)
gstep-make (Makefiles package)

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