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[RFC/base] making NSConcreteNumber.h private

From: David Ayers
Subject: [RFC/base] making NSConcreteNumber.h private
Date: Wed, 22 Oct 2003 15:47:56 +0200
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Does anyone have any objections about making 'NSConcreteNumber.h' private? I'd also move the header to the 'Source' directory, before it accumaltes any history where it is now. The NSNumber API should be #include'd through 'NSValue.h'. (Or is there an 'OpenStep' implementation/derivative that made this header public? Which would be the only reason I see to keep this a public header.)


PS: I've just updated dev-libs/guile to not rely on 'NSConcreteNumber.h'. I guess no one has ever tried to run dev-libs/guile on OS X. Should that ever change, or can we assume GNUstep functionality when writing tests?

PPS: I haven't understood this yet fully, but it seems that Greg/libtool is generated by Greg/configure. Is there any reason to keep Greg/libtool in the repository?

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